Well I have used the CBK a lot over the last few days and I have been really impressed with it.
The blade is really sharp and after a lot of use has held up well. It has been used for a lot of tasks both around the home and in the garden and has performed well from cutting vegetables to lightly chopping a few small branches. The shape is really comfortable to use as is the handle which is averagely thin in comparison to other knives. I find this style of handle suits me as I have smaller hands. If I had one complaint it would be that the jimping is a little aggressive and that after an extended period of use this can make your thumb a little sore.
I have liked this style of knife so much that I have now gone and ordered the Grohmann version fitted with Micarta scales. I know that this knife is sometimes critizised for it looks and lack of a "macho" image, but I find this a huge advantage with the way the knife is perceived over in this country.
I would strongly recommend giving a Canadian belt knife a go. For $15 I don't think you can really go wrong.