I've been getting back into traditionals recently, and I've been especially liking a lot of the Italian makers who've jumped on board the "modern traditional" bandwagon recently. Many of them have been using old patterns with new techniques and materials and I tend to like the results.
Most of my traditionals are unfortunately in storage, with them mostly being Case and a couple GEC, but I just picked this up from DLT, as it's an exclusive they just dropped: The Lionsteel Best Man sheepsfoot in M390/silver twill carbon fiber:
Normally the best man is a one or two blade model they do with a main clip-point blade, and an optional secondary sheeps-foot blade, with titanium bolsters in several cover choices (bocote wood, CF, micarta) The DLT version eliminates the bolsters and makes the main blade a sheeps-foot.
This one is on the mail right now, as it dropped yesterday, the Viper sway-back jack in M390/grey oak handles (picture from collectorsknives.net):