Maybe I'm being too picky but I'm disappointed in this knife. Out of box there was side to side blade play. OK, I tightened that. Centering is good now but noticed the grind is off at the tip. Also noticed that though they state they reduced the blade thickness to make it a better slicer, it is horribly thick behind the edge. Anyway, with the pivot tightened, flipping became almost impossibly hard. Following another member's comment, lube did help indicating it was dry from the factory. Now there is play at the detent; you can wiggle the blade significantly using the flipper against the detent. Previous comments indicate they did extra tumbling to reduce the sharpness of edges on the milled variants. I find any cuts perpendicular to the handle length to still be very sharp. I've had it for about a week now, flipped it several hundred times and there is still significant button stick making a distinct (annoying) noise every time I close the blade. I figured I'd apply more lube and attempted to disassemble but at least one screw was so tight I feared damaging it as it was twisting a Weha bit! Ok, tried more external lube and that failed to help the button stick. Now I notice that though I used Loctite on the pivot after I initially tightened it, there is side to side play again.
My conclusion is that if this is what they call quality control, they need to work on their definition. As a value, note that this is aluminum, not titanium. While I personally like a spring metal pocket clip, most other knives in this price range have milled titanium clips. I have all the other FF designed models, even multiples of some, and the quality/price/value of the We made knives always stood out. This one, not so much.