So the ever popular endura got into my pocket as a first spyderco and time and again i have to carry it. essentially a larger delica, it shares the same features about it i like with good multi directional handles, lock back, clip, thumb hole, ect. Major con for me is the sabre grind is a bit thick for how thick the blade is in my opinion, and the overall knife in my opinion maybe isnt designed for the hard use the blade design can take, which is why the ffg ones are popular now. Anywho, ive been wanting to try H1 since i heard of it, and i got a pacific salt for 20 bucks used woot! the design is the same to the endura, other than blade steel, hollow ground, point is dropped more, not as grippy pattern, and different clip. so just different enough to have both. both of mine are serrated. Testing ive done is cardboard and plant life. cutting weeds, wood, thistles, briars, roots, leaves, pine needles, grass, ect. other than edc stuff. Whittling and cardboard didnt do too bad a number on either one, and the VG10 was designed as a plant grafting scalpel so the grass and stuff didnt kill it right away. With both knives, I found as thick as they were being serrated, stropping back was difficult and if used for too long proved unsuccessful. i use a buffing wheel with green chrome and it can achieve a treetoping edge, especially with dmt serrated sharpeners breathing life into them once theyre too dull to cut paper. with serrations ive never needed them to rip, so i trim mine down a little by grinding on the back of the points of the teeth so theyre not to spikey and long. i can slice paper easily this way. the salt knife has a much stronger lock. splitting some wood was no problem, the endura i am able to force closed with my hands. prolly a lemon. I try to leave out overly obvious details everyones said 100 times like h1 doesnt rust, but if they make they reviews more complete let me know and ill add more than just my opinions. trying to keep things short.