Wow, my main reason for finally signing up to post here (instead of lurking daily), was to ask for an lc200n fixed blade spyderco fillet knife.
After seeing this post, I'm thinking an lc200n catcherman folder would work just fine too. Although the folder would have a very slight disadvantage, as I plan to abuse and neglect this knife, and realize (O.C.D. ALERT!) the hardware and pivot screw won't be made out of lc200n.
If this blade is given the nod, by the powers that be, in lc200n steel (fixed or folder) I'm in for a user, spare, and one to gift immediately.
verses H-1 (edge retention wise) based off this well known chart.
http://www.bladeforums.com/threads/rank ... pe.793481/
yep there's H-1 way down near the bottom (Cat7), just a tick above BD1 (Cat8).
Gifted a wade fishing buddy my spare lc200n mule team, and he just looked at me kinda funny and said "this ain't no fillet knife, but thanks". Told him to use it to cut bait till we salties can convince Sal this community wants/needs lc200n in a fillet knife.
The waterway fixed and folder will more than likely make it into the fold as soon as they are released as well.