Do you ever wish that certain knives were also offered in a less expensive (but still high quality) steel? A knife largely for admiring and fondling? I'm not talking about EDCs, work knives, those you'll depend on in the outback or investment-grade knives. (I already own plenty of those.) I sure do now and then. Something like the CS Warcraft comes to mind. Made from coated CPM 3-V steel. MSRP is $329.99, Street is about $169.99 for the 7 1/2" bladed model. (Yes, already a heck of a discount.) $169.99 isn't going to break the bank -- even for a fondling knife. Yet I still hesitate spending that for a mass-market fondling knife, for qualities (expensive high quality steels and coatings) that I'll never really benefit from. If it was also offered in something like uncoated1075 HCS for say $69.99 discounted, I'd already own one. As a "fondler", I would also appreciate that it needed to be inspected and wiped-down now and then. Anyone else ever feel this way about "fondlers"?