I'm in the market for a new bread knife. I finally did a bit of work on our old Ikea bread knife, and now it can actually cut again, but I'd like a really decent bread knife - bread is one thing that's tricky to cut right and I eat a decent amount of bread. Here are ones that I've been looking at: Tojiro DP Damascus 8" bread knife - 37 layers of low+high carbon steel over VG-10 core - $120 Frosts by Mora 3214PG 8.4" bread knife - Sandvik 12C27 steel - $24 Tojiro bread slicer 235mm F-373 - unknown stainless steel - $26 Tojiro bread slicer 270mm F-687 - unknown stainless steel - $58 Mora Morakniv Classis 1891 bread knife - Sandvik 14C28N steel - $96 Wüsthof Classic Super Slice Knife 4532 10" - X50 Cr Mo 15 steel - $130 I'm most tempted by the top two: the Mora because of its cost and the fact I like Swedish steel (I have a pocket folder with Sandvik 12C27 steel which I really like), and the Tojiro Damascus because it sounds quality and looks pretty. Pricey though. Thoughts? Or other recommendations? I really want a good bread knife that can easily cut through bread, including those with hard crusty crusts and soft insides, and one that stays sharp decently and that I can resharpen myself.