The good: flip, ergonomics, grip bevel, balance, lock up. Decent fit and finish attention that distinguish the Scimitar from, say, a new Ganzo flipper, gives you a reason to spend more and pick up a budget Bestech.
The meh: the blood groove, the generic large SCIMITAR engraved on the obverse blade face, and kinda the blade recurve. All somewhat jarring, but fairly inconsequent.
The mixed: D2 is good, but represents a trade off. It is considered an upgrade over common knife steel because it is hard and tough. It can corrode more readily than high chromium steel, and is hard to sharpen and even harder to do so masterfully, so it is not a great choice for slicers or kitchen knives. But it is rugged and reliable and stands up to hard use. For this blade geometry I would have opted for 14C28N or VG-10 and been overjoyed to see CTS-XHP. I think this would be a nice blade for San Mai, too. I think of D2 as more of a utility and combat knife steel than anything ground to slice like this. But it is generally well regarded steel.
The handle material could could take a bit more texture than they put on it. And the logo looks like it was burned halfway into the blade. Way too deep. The edges shred microfiber when you wipe the blade if you aren't careful.
Little stuff, not enough to take off a star.
Would recommend to a friend.