I just completed this swept blade hunting knife today and I'm very very happy with it. My goal was to create a very ergonomic knife with clean, flowing lines. I always want my knives to feel like a natural extension of the hands and I really try and limit abrupt angles. I spent a good amount of time sketching out the profile lines of this blade before beginning. During the actual making the biggest challenge for me was the plunge lines as I have been having trouble getting them as clean as I'd like. Fortunately I recently picked up some J-flex belts from Tru-Grit and they did the trick when it came to softly getting into the plunges and sweeping them back gradually. I used Cocobolo for the handle with OD green G10 for the bolsters. The pins are natural micarta. I wanted to keep the colours somewhat muted and earthy and they came out looking exactly how I'd hoped. All things considered this one was of my cleanest, most efficient builds to date...but I did have my butt clenched the whole time. Whew!