I recently picked up a CE/FRN Native as my EDC knife, and thus far it has been the best knife I have ever owned! Even had 6 spyderco's before this, and it is still the most natural to open and close, the most comfortable to hold and use, and most practical EDC I've ever used.
There was the great debate in choosing FRN over SS, though: Stainless has the weight, balance, and durability I like in a folder, but lacks the surface texture found on the FRN which is really helpful in maintaining one's grip on the knife, and the black color is much more low profile for pocket carry (i.e. not scare customers/other people).
There is only one way I can think of getting the best of both worlds: A Native done in G-10. It's a knife that everybody [that's ever held one] loves done in one of the most durable and grippable handle materials Spyderco uses!!! I've seen G-10 variations done in the Police model, Harpy, and a bunch of other popular blades, why not the Native??
I'd like an order of BUTTER with extra BUTTER and a side of BUTTER!
"To injure an opponent is to injure yourself. To control aggression without inflicting injury is the Art of Peace."
A very wise man once told me "Eat to live; don't live to eat." ...To my knowledge that's the only stupid thing he's ever said.