I found an old picture that showed my 2 old Gerber Paraframes (I forgot I ever bought a Paraframe Micro!) One is a Gerber Paraframe I Partial Serrated, while the other is a Gerber Paraframe Micro Fine Edge. The rest are cheap knives I've picked up, the blue one in between the 2 Gerbers is a Fury that my little brother picked up for me in Niagra Falls, it broke, then fell to pieces. The other 4 I sold, Left to right: Fast Action knife, Straight Razor Butterfly, Kriss Butterfly, Tri-Fold knife, Gerber Paraframe I, Fury, Gerber Micro Paraframe. They all suck with the exception of the Gerbers. I wish I still had the both of them but I lost the Micro Paraframe and gave the Paraframe I away. I should have a truck related post coming up soon as I am replacing my 02 Sensor but no new gear... Also my computer is done for so I'm borrowing another one for now.
I recently used it to shave the bark off of some sticks and carve them to a point for roasting marshmallows at a bonfire recently, the blade edge held for the first few but then got quite dull by the end of it. As I do not own a knife sharpener I am going to have to find someone who has one. The TiN finish on the blade has worn down significantly from use as well but the knife is still very sturdy and has no side to side "wiggle" common on cheaper knives. The blade itself has very few notches in it, there are a few dents at the tip of the blade but only one noticeable notch about halfway down. I was abusing it by cutting hard wood but a better steel would hold up better. I do have one complaint so far and that is that it attracts a high amount of pocket lint, this knife is covered in it! It has tons of little gray specs all over it.
My Leatherman was also used in cutting sticks, the 154CM blade held up great but the serrated half would not cleanly slice so it got about halfway done with one stick before I broke out the Gerber. The Leatherman's blade has seen better days as it was incorrectly sharpened (My little brother stole it for like a month, I thought I had lost it) and I do not know how much hard use it has been through in my little brothers hands when he had it. The rest of the tool is in great condition however, as there are only a few small scratches in the DLC coating and it does not attract pocket lint as much as the Gerber. It does still need to be sent in to Leatherman to be repaired and get the fine edge 154CM Blade.