I've been meaning to pick up a deba, and want to take advantage of the current sale at Korin. Does anybody have experience with the Sakigake line from Suisin? Here's the blurb from Korin: The Suisin Sakigake knives are carefully forged to create a kasumi style knife out of yasuki-ko (white #3 steel) and soft iron steel. Yasuki-ko knives have a slightly lower carbon content than white steel #2, making the blade a softer material. Once forged, each blade is attached to a magnolia wood handle with a water buffalo horn bolster. All knives includes a magnolia wood knife cover to protect the blade when not in use. The material and price point of this line make it one of Korin's recommended lines for traditional Japanese knife beginners. Specifications HRc: 61 Bevel: Single Edged Steel Type: White Steel #3 (Moisture and acidity will cause discoloration or rust) I'm trying to stay under $300, so other options I'm looking at are the Masamoto KK for $40 more, or the Moritaka Kuroichi from another store.