I have a nice chef's knife that I use primarily for chopping and trimming. I think that what I am looking for to replace another broken knife is something called a slicing knife or utility knife. It would have a narrower blade to make it easier to make thin slices. I am not sure what the length of the knife would be, maybe 6 or 8 inches. Would it be bad to want it to have a wooden handle rather than plastic? I'd like to spend around 100 or less. Suggestions? I'm thinking I might find a cyber Monday discount. Henckels, Wustof, or a Japanese knife? I've done some reading hear and elsewhere but I just get more confused. Maybe something like this? One reviewer says it has a wooden handle but the description reads synthetic, confused still lol.