After a recent discussion with @91bravo regarding a potential trade, it got me thinking about the divots I have seen on some of the handles produced by SURVIVE!. Before I knew what they were supposed to be, they had me mildly curious but nothing more as I kind of found them to be unsightly... Now I know them to be a "Bow Drill Divot" which might prove useful to some and nothing more than a blemish to others. I think I fall in the latter category... Are there those of you who have actually implemented that divot and if so, how well does it hold up? I can't imagine that a divot bored into micarta will hold up well to heat and such despite the ruggedness of the material. I honestly feel that it is a bit gimmicky and does nothing for me in regards to the aesthetics of the knife but I am truly curious to hear from folks who might have put it to use. Is it a feature worth marring the otherwise clean lines of the knife and potentially compromising the integrity of your handles? Is it that necessary to provide a divot, even if it is deemed to be some sort of last resort? It certainly has me curious, I don't think I've seen that feature on other knives.