I was looking at the Sept. 2006 issue of Blade magazine recently. There was an interesting article on tomahawks and an article on balisongs by Charles Marlowe. Another article on a Spyderco knife that is sold only to troops in a combat zone stated that the company had donated 3500+ such knives. A brief article discussed something I have been looking for but hadn't seen: A knife with an integral flashlight. This one was the Tool Logic SL Pro. I'd like to play with one of those! Another article discussed "Gent's knives," ornate knives with attractive hand grip art for gentleman to carry when smartly dressed. They were described as serving a small but growing market. Two ads caught my eye. The first was a trench knife from Colin Cox Knives. It was interesting-looking, and reminded me of one of the first out-of-the-ordinary knives I ever saw, back in high school. The second was an external toggle assisted-opening knife from Kershaw Knives, the E.T. 1900/1900ST. The E.T.'s have a very unusual handle shape!