I just got a new SAK Trekker to go with my Outrider. I thought it would be a more comfortable and narrow bushcraft tool compared to my Outrider, which is my current favorite. Over all the knife is really nice. The blade is the same kind of perfection that all the 111mm knives have. I call them spear points but there might be a better description. Liner locking. The saw is awesome. Not much to say. Extremely effective for the size. The locking flat blade screwdriver is thick and stiff. Much more than a standard SAK flat blade. It's an impressive tool. My only complaint is the liner lock for the main blade. If you position your finger centered over the liner lock/blade intersection it is very comfortable. This position is closer to the choil and actually beneficial for control. You cannot comfortably move your fingers back from that spot unless you move back a good 3/4". The Outrider is comfortable anywhere on the grip. My index finger ends up by the choil and the rest end up around the formal grip area. When I first felt the knife I immediately didn't like it. Once I actually used it to carve some notches and I got the knife in the right position the bump from the liner lock all but disappeared. Be prepared if you buy this knife that you may not like it for this reason. The Outrider, Hercules, and Rucksack do not have the liner lock so they won't have the same issue. Fair warning. I like it just fine. You can clearly see the protruding liner lock in this picture. I might pick up the Rucksack sometime but the Trekker is a nice tool. Already installed my firefly in it.