Hello everybody! I've been trying to read up in this forum as much as possible but I'm still a newbie when it comes to this. I recently got into upgrading my knives, as well as trying to get some knife skills (bought An edge in the kitchen), and just generally get better acquainted with using them since I'm looking to get into the culinary field. I've looked around and the one knife that I've had a chance to hold is the Misono UX10, it's impressive when I see video of it just cutting through things as if they're made of butter. Now my question is are there any other knives that can make this knife seem like just hype in terms of being able to make quick work of cutting veggies/meats(with no bone). I'm leaning towards stainless for less maintenance but if there are good carbon steel choice I wouldn't mind looking. I want a knife that'll make meal prep a breeze. Thanks so much! I can get a 27 cm UX10 for under 200 from japan right now. I have a Wustof that I adore but I want to venture out and try something new.