I love my Mora Classic No. 2, exceptional handle and just light/small enough to wear around the neck without being a nuisance. I've been carrying it for a long time and it seems like everything I do with it would be best done with a full flat, or even "sabre" grind. I investigated a bit on the forum and elsewhere for "Mora Alternatives" and it seems like most people recommend either a paring knife or a Mora 2000 (or another with a tapered grind). The Paring Knife seems great, but most of them are even thinner and smaller than a Mora, plus they lack the "barrel" handle of the Classic No. 2 that I so adore. I'm not opposed to a slightly smaller knife, but all the paring knives I've handled have small, cheap handles with paper thin blades. The Mora 2000 is awesome (I have used mine for years) but has the opposite issue as it is a bit bulkier than I prefer for neck carry. I've also looked into the Cold Steel offerings like the Finn Bear and such, but they are all hollow ground. I really dislike hollow grinds, but the price tag of those combined with the attractive designs make them the leading option so far. Does anyone have a suggestion for a more substantial alternative to a paring knife? Slicier Mora? Smaller Mora 2000? However you want to phrase it, it's basically a small-ish knife that has a thinner cutting geometry than the typical Mora but with a similar size/weight/feel. I would prefer to get something fairly inexpensive, but I would pay up to $75 or so if need be. Do any of you have suggestions for one very picky knife fan?