I am, as of yesterday, in receipt of my first Fire Knife. [table][tr][td] I got the green one. [/td][td] [/td][/tr][/table] Scored for $25, shipped, at auction. [table][tr][td] The blade is almost the classic Mora. [/td][td] [/td][/tr][/table] There's a secondary grind near the tip, kind of along the lines of the Mora 2000 secondary grind, but less pronounced. The blade is a little narrower than a regular Mora blade, and just a shade thinner. The handle is nicely ergonomic, and the fire steel integrates well with the handle. It has a positive twist locking action that assures it won't be falling off and getting lost. I guess I was kind of expecting a bit of cheese on this, given that marketing is often a bit overdone, but I have to confess I was pleasantly surprised. There will be more of these for me. One of them will replace the Mora Clipper in my "portable kitchen" box. Others may replace Moras in my Bags of Bugging. I'm impressed with this one. I'd be okay with one or two, but the darned things come in something like six colors, so naturally . . .