Update: I went with the Hoback Husky. Pics, thoughts, and many thanks are in post #79. Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to this thread! I've been refining my collection this year, and I'm in the market for a high-end production flipper with a blade of 3.75" or longer that's either Ti/Ti or Ti/other. I'm specifically not looking for anything that doesn't meet all of those criteria. "High-end" and even "production" can be defined in different ways, so here I'm thinking of knives whose baseline is the upper end of regular-production Zero Tolerance knives with a price max of ~$600. Think Hinderer, Shirogorov, Medford, Reate, and the like. I like big, beefy knives, but I'm not opposed to something slimmer. The Hoback Husky or A15 Slimline would be perfect except for the religious scale etch, to give you an idea of my headspace. I own an XM-18 3.5, so the XM-24 is a logical choice, but although I may land there I'd like to cast a wider net. My ZT 0308 is the knife along these lines that I like the best, so anything I pick up has to make me happier than that one already does. Thanks in advance for your suggestions!