While I have a good number of wa-handled reactive gyutos, I'm looking for a good "household" knife that will be maintenance friendly for my wife to use. That means I'm looking for something fully stainless (not stainless clad carbon) with a western handle and a blade that's thick and durable enough to withstand some mild abuse without huge chips on the edge or a broken tip. In the 180-210mm range. Budget isn't super important. Frankly, the world of stainless yo gyutos is a bit of a mystery to me. They're not the most popular blades on here, for kind of obvious reasons. The majority of the ones on the market seem to be borderline interchangeable -- with many seemingly made by the same factory for different brands. And at the high end, you have things like Nenox where you appear to be paying a lot for the handle materials and the fit/finish rather than the steel and the grind. Then are a few well-regarded classics like the Takamura R2 and the Ashi/Gesshin Ginga (which are probably too thin for my purposes) and some of the lower-budget Macs and the Fujiwara FKM series -- which I'm sure are good knives, but they don't have quite the same appeal as some of the more upmarket offerings. I'm finding it difficult to sort through the mid-level blades. What's good?