Hey Max, have you heard about Mora knives??? Just kidding :0
But seriously, moras are great budget knives...buy one to see if you like carrying a fixed blade knife (as opposed to a folder). If you like them, and if you got some dough to spend, look into bark river (the f-ing best in my book) and ESEE. Don't get a titanium knife...my understanding is that their carbide laced micro serration edge is good at slicing, but not at push cutting (which is what you want in a knife that will be working with a lot of wood). Bark Rivers have convex edges...extremely sharp, easily sharpened, holds an edge longer, and great at splitting wood. Looks into the following knives (from cheapest to most expensive)
1) any mora
2) Kershaw skinning knife
3) ESEE Izula
4) Bark River Bravo Necker 1
5) Stay away from Boker junk.
6) read this tread: http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=33035