In pocket right now is a Benchmade Ares Green/black M390 steel #65 of 120. I sold off several dozen NIB Benchmades, I only have six or so now. I have carried quite a variety, except a 50,000.00 Ron Best.
Spyderco Endura 4 with saber-grind blade and black FRN handle scales. I prefer the more robust tip of the saber-ground blade, even though I kinda miss the slicing performance of the full flat grind (my other Spyderco, a Tenacious, has a full flat grind). I especially appreciate that it's fully steel-lined, which to me is important on a big folder because it'll be used pretty hard.
Ka-Bar Becker-Necker BK11. While the Endura 4 is my primary EDC knife, my job is an outdoor one so for work, I carry a small fixed-blade as well. I've actually had to chop through a 2.5-3" log with it once and while it took eternity, the BK11 came out still sharp as heck. I have other fixed-blades but I carry the BK11 as it is the only one that fits in my EDC bag (Nitecore NDP10).
If multi-tool blades are included, then it's four including the two blades on my Leatherman Surge.
I've got some older Leatherman's that I've lost track of, but my current EDC is only a Victorinox Swiss Army "Classic SD" pocket knife... yeah, it's certainly not much of a knife, but I always have it with me since it's on my keychain. I'm looking to upgrade to something more substantial though.