Mora knives are wonderful. They may not be ffg, but it's not really required with such a thin blade, and boy are they fun to keep wicked sharp.
When I was in high school, I went to an outdoor school Jr. year on, class outside around a fire every day. Did a little research and got my first (real) knife, a red mora 511 (old style, as this was before the new came out) Terrific knife, not a great sheath. I replaced the stock belt loop with a loop of leather and it carries so easily.
Fixed blades are great, but I always found that when I carried a larger one I was making up work for myself to use it. Which was fine, it was fun and all. But I preferred just having the mora, and being in nature.
I have a bunch now, a 612 I particularly enjoy that I sanded the handle smooth and carved the end to be round, a number 3 that's good for food, a pro c that's neat but rarely used, a green ss 511 (old style, forget the number), a few bahco branded orange ss companions (made by mora, old style companion), and I lost a green carbon new style companion lol.
Mostly I don't need a knife in the woods, and moras were easy to carry for the occasion that I did. That being said I did have a Trailmaster, BK-4,5,9,15,17, Ontario 499, a pair of Buck 119s (one in 5160). I like big knives as well I guess is my point.