I'm sure most of you are asked by friends and family for knife recommendations and you aren't recommending them $500 Shigs right off the bat. To them $100 for a knife must mean it is a REALLY nice knife, where to us, it is really just entry into the J knife world. So...I'm wondering if there would be interest to get a pool of "cheap" knives together, say 210 gyutos, less than $140, and pass them around to see which really shine in side by side comparison and would make a perfect introduction to great cutlery in general and Japanese knives in particular. Heck maybe even throw a German knife in there just to see. I can start off with a Tanaka in blue steel and Kobayashi Seikon Dojo I have coming to me. Maybe someone out there has a Fuji FKM/FKH, or Misono swedish steel, etc. to put into the pool?