Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! My coveted BK-15 finally showed up and I couldn't be happier . Knifes are supposed to cut, slice and stab stuff . This does that.... WELL! It is light, but with the added blade length, it chopped little branches off amazingly well, likely due to the blade profile and the added top swedge and being 1" longer than something like a BK16 / Mora Companion. While the BK-14 may be my ideal EDC, the BK-15 is my ideal weekends (EWEDC?) and bush-use knife. They both fit my tiny Trumpian hands really well. I will likely add some TKC scales, as they are a bit thinner still... Was going to go with some colour (blue or green)... But black looks really good... But seems odd to spend $50USD + shipping for another set of black scales.... My EDC is a hybrid collaboration between ESSE (their handle) and BK&T (their blade shape)... and my EWEDC is a collab between Ethan Becker's amazing handle and Jerry Fisk's blade design. Best of both worlds! KA-BAR, ESSE, Ethan Becker and Jerry Fisk.... I think I could do worse! The KA-BAR short leather sheath is inexpensive and fits absolutely perfectly with "just-the-tip" (my favorite highschool game) showing through the hole at the bottom: The stock nylon / molle / belt sheath is really stellar, for that type of tactical, utilitarian sheath. Great quality. It's a bit more than I want to wear most times, but I WILL switch to it from time to time, because it's just handy and seems durable! A Victorinox SwissChamp fits perfectly in the stock sheath pocket, as does a mylar emergency blanket. You could also fit a small stone, lighter and some tinder / fatwood. Not sure if I'll get some kydex for x-draw or even a chest carry rig!? Love this thing! I don't buy knifes for collectable or jewelery purposes. I want to be able to beat on them as needed . Related: Check out these videos: Jerry Fisk explains blade profiles and it's obvious that the second last one is his favorite, what the BK-15 has on it with the swedge to improve material flow and in the second video, even uses a BK-15 for a sharpening demonstration.