This testing seems to be taking quite some time. Far longer than anticipated.
I will take cheap and good please.
"Sucking at something is the first step to becoming sorta good at something." -Jake the Dog
Thats the goal. I spoke with Lefty(Tom) yesterday, The knife is on route to one more tester. I think the last one. Then we will finally sort out any upgrades, revisions. The last thing we want to do is pick a crap profile, push it to production, and crank out a couple hundred letter openers!! We are going slow for a reason, testing and reviewing in an effort to not make a dud. It ain't happening if it ain't worth doing right.
I actually think you should do a second round of testing after the knife is upgraded or changed. You might as well make sure it's right before it gets produced.
I imagine a lot of the old knife knuts here are shaking their head at the impatience of some of their fellow forumites. I know some of you guys have waited YEARS, PLURAL, for custom knives.
Today is as good a day to die as any. Except for tomorrow. I have plans tomorrow.
I concur. Testing following any revisions is important. Yes, I've waited multiple turns of the calendar. I really don't think that rushing the development and testing process will generate the end result I think we're all looking for.