I'm currently a culinary student at a nice community college and I'm looking for some knives that are more comfortable for me personally. I have worked in restaurants for about the past ten years which prompted me to go to school. I found that most restaurants do not have knives I actually like, so I purchased my own kit of rag-tag knives. Currently I have a Wusthof Classic Chef's Anniversary, Torjiro DP Chef's, Tojiro Shirogami Santoku, Tojiro Shirogmai Petty, Tojiro DP Bread, and a Messermiester Elite Boning. I also had a Tojiro Sha Ra Kumono that I accidently broke. As much as I like the current knives I have but none of them feel really comfortable to me (either wieght or handle wise). I loved the Sha Ra Kumono knife with it's light weight and ergonomic handle, but there is only one retailer in the US making them hard to get a hold of. Since I'm pretty short and only have medium sized hands I'm looking something similar. I would like to get a single knife set (or model set) that is light in weight or fairly light, with a nice ergonomical handle that won't cost me an arm or leg. I was looking at the Tojiro Senkou Classic, Global, or somehting like the Michael Symon Chef's knives from Ergo Chef. Any input is greatly appreciated as the knives I have are good but drive me nuts.