Ah, see...this is where I'm the oddball outlier.
I have many knives that I have carried but don't very often, about an equal number I've carried only to the location where they had their single field test, a fair number I dont keep in the original boxes but neither carry (though I still have their boxes), and a handful that are stored away in their original packaging, in a climate controlled to the best of my ability, having never been handled after an initial check at time of purchase. Those pieces will eventually be handled a few more times, either just for fun/bragging rights/edification with a fellow knife enthusiast, or when being inspected by a potential buyer who changes his mind at the last minute. Which happens somewhat regularly, esp, Ive found, if the gentleman is married. The price of the knife + the premium of having to explain the expenditure to a spouse makes the cost a bit too dear, I think.
So as much as I enjoy Dew Hara designs, I wouldn't expect to carry one enough to be bothered by an awkward pocket clip, if I carried it at all. Even a production piece like this would end up more "collection" than "EDC", I'm sure.
I also forget that knife laws in other places, well...the best word is "EXIST"...unlike here in Utah. Besides restricting ownership for violent felons, the only knife carry/ownership law we really have states that it is illegal to carry a knife with the intent to use it in the commission of a crime. So just make sure any crimes you commit are of the random, spontaneous variety, and you dont have to worry about concealment, blade length, deployment mechanism--or anything. So my states laisez-faire attitude often causes me to forget that the design of a clip could be the difference to some folks between getting home for dinner and missing dinner--and every other home-cooked meal--for 30 to 90 days, depending upon the judge.