[Original comment deleted. I found that I can't stand the feeling of Grivory in my hand.]
Instead I went with an Al Mar Hawk ultralight - 2.75" blade, 3.25" handle,-> 1oz!
Made in Japan in a very old swordmaking district. I went with partial serration.
Hunted around and found a really good price. Glad to support Japan right now.
I had been getting by on a 4 dollar(!) Rostfrei Barracuda tanto, 2" blade 0.7oz, which surprisingly has a more comfortable handle than the SOG flash (which has ~2.45" blade / weighs 1.3oz). The Flash was stolen, and I got the Barracuda in a trade, but now it's old and the frame finally has a small fracture in it, it's gettin' wobbly, and is really too short for food prep. I'll probably replace it to keep in the car, it's so cheap, and the there's something about a micro tanto that I really like.
I looked at CRKT Delegate Gentleman because it's 1.7oz / 3" blade, but it's made in China, which means sweatshop and low quality, and who knows what's in the metal.
SOG does have some stuff made in China, but I found a site claiming that the Flash is made in USA. I like the flash, but the handle is terrible because it has the bulk of it's width at the wrong end. Plus it's "cool" tactical appearance provoked theft.