I use mine predominantly on hiking trips. Carrying method is via the left shoulder strap loop of my backpack, that way I can easily remove and open it with almost the same motion. It's light and compact, so not so much dangling on the loop as to become irritating. It's a Salt so it can remain exposed to the elements and the insert will make it still safe to use, even with cold or wet hands. Also, from the shoulder strap I can deploy it way faster than I could an in-pocket or iwb folder (or fix blade usually carried 6 o'clock/small of back style).
Apart from that, not so much. During summer it's hard to beat a Pacific Salt, for both carry convenience and deployment speed.
Don't have any pics handy, only this one which is a bit horrible as it distorts perspective and has poor lighting, but might still give you a rough comparison vs. other more familiar Salts.