Hey guys and first of all sorry for the late response. I appriciate all the time you've took.
As for "butchers knife" I misspeled. Sorry I meant the cleaver to cut through bones, but after thinking about it for a bit I won't be needing it just yet. I will first focus on the Chef's knife and paring knife.
But the Chef's knife you're in a sync with what I had in mind. Get a good chef's knife, pick up on skills and take it from there
I took your advice into consideration and I will be probably deciding between the two. Although I'm usually a person who is not afraid of chalanges, so I will probably go with Hattori, but you never know
Thanks also for other tips.
I know what you mean, and I will take this into consideration along with other suggestions of buying stones to do the "job".
Anyways the last advice(a backup knife if I decide to buy a better one in the future) is a nice advice. I will think about it long and hard between the two.
To reply to your first remark, to be honest I'm so new into quality knives that I think that any knife I will get I will be delighted with it Besides, knives in that price range, and with those recomendations, it's very very very very (not saying there is none ) slim chance I will be dissatisfied with purchase.
As for the bread knife, is it good knife also to do some slicing of roasts etc? That would be perfect for me. I know that "a thing that is for everything is for nothing", but it would be sweet if I could kill couple birds with one stone (so to speak)
Lastly, thanks again for everybody who took their time in responding. I know you do it for free, so it's much more admirable.