Yeah, it might be ok for most people, and it doesn't seem like much of a difference, but it compares very closely to the standard Benchmade Griptilian for dimensions. This knife has a thinner overall handle and is roughly 0.2" shorter in closed length and blade length than the Griptilian, but it is significantly heavier. I accidentally bought a standard Griptilian a year or so ago thinking I would get another knife of the same brand/style as I already had to serve as a backup, but I didn't realize at the time that the knife I had was the "mini" variety. When I got it, I tried to carry it for a while and just couldn't like it. I ended up giving it to my mom so she would have something that was high quality to carry in her purse.
I just sort of grew up carrying a knife with a handle that is just big enough to fit my hand, and I prefer something thin and light in my pocket. That's not to say that this knife is too big in general... just too big for my taste. I hope they decide to come out with a mini version like Benchmade did. If they do, I'd really like to grab one. I think I'd like the thin, flat scales better than the thicker, rounded ones Benchmade uses, but otherwise love the ambidextrous clip option and locking mechanism of both knives.