Personally, if I wanted a saw blade, I'd buy a saw. When I split logs with my knife and a baton, I always end up needing to tap the tip of the knife. Which always gets chewed up by my SRK's false edge, or the thinness of my Cold Steel Bushman. I don't want to even think about the idea of whacking a saw blade with my baton... I'd be missing a baton and a saw blade!.
The handle looks nice and the sheaths are interesting.... but the blade set-up just makes me uncomfortable.
When I do my survival courses I carry my Bushman, because in case I lose it, there goes $25, if I lost a $200 knife... I think I'd flip out... same reason why I only carry my $90 SRK when I do bushcraft in my local woods. If it goes missing, I can re-trace my steps pretty quick.
In general, I have a Mora Knife, and Opinel for light work, an SRK and a Bushman for multi-task work, and a Carving axe, a take-down bucksaw and a Kukri Machete for the heavy work. That's only if I'm doing long period camping, or have the ability to lug my gear with ease like a canoe, fourwheeler, pick up truck... or a city boy I bring with me
The Tracker Knife to me, is an expensive work of art, and I don't use art in the woods, I use tools.
And when they heard of the dead, some mocked... and others said we will hear thee again, of this matter - Acts 17:32