For the first time in my little knife collecting career I'm upset. I buy a mini 55 in walnut, I get a knife with walnut. I buy a 110 / 112 from C&C in oak I get oak. I buy a limited production 111 in "walnut" I get...…………….. plywood with walnut stain? Come-on. Any other industry pulled that stunt and people would be upset. If your gonna sell something at a premium price reveal to the public what it really is. I think this whole "dymond wood" thing is a little deceiving. Advertise it as such. Call it what it is. Ever hear of "truth in advertising"? I have built a custom 110 numerous times but never ordered it. Now I'm afraid to. What will I really get? I believe Buck's marketing department needs a talking to. And maybe learn how to better represent the product to a willing public. As of now I think they are simply putting it out there and we buy it up. Don't call me a hater. Its just the plain truth. I get upset when I feel duped or misled. Yeah I know. "call them and they will take care of you". But how many people outside this forum feel the same way and never call them out? And then never buy the product again?