I think CKTG explained it that they use the “laser” word because the knives are laser cut into shape?But the very name itself suggests a knife that goes through product with very little resistance. If you have a laser that wedges it doesn't make any sense.
I didn't say anything about the last part; for the actual cutting performance / experience it's largely irrelevant anyway.
I'm not saying we should only look at BTE thickness, I get that. But I think you need to consider a combination of both; spine thickness and thickness behind the edge. Because the very name implies that it should at least be something that goes through product with very little resistance. How can you call something a laser when it doesn't?