I've got one of the Boker Carver's Congress also. Still prefer a CASE Seahorse Whittler. They always feel good in my hand.
With time you'll definitely bond or not with it.
Its a lovely knife. Can you recall the intentions of having or wanting this knife? Maybe predetermine which blade does what?
I only use the small blade on my 91mm SAKs as razor blades. The main blade gets the call for everything else. My Camillus has two blades. I find myself using the small blade most .
I've decided that should be a relatively easy issue to circumvent and still get to understand the knife better - simply reach for the spey blade (the least versatile in my opinion) for every task, and only swap if that blade isn't well suited to what needs doing. Let the task make the decision.
I've stopped carrying this knife for the time being, but I'm still using it. I'm working on the assumption that every piece of mail or parcel, is a potentially contaminated surface. I'm therefore using a separate knife (this one) to open everything, and this is the only thing it gets used for. Open the exterior packaging, and any interior packaging that may have recently been handled. Close the knife, put it back, wash my hands. Remove the item, if I can do so without handling the packaging, or use one hand for contents, and the other for packaging. Then dispose of the packaging, using the knife again if necessary, and wash my hands again. The rest of the time, I'm now carrying something else. Clean knife, dirty knife. Whatever knife is in my pocket is only used on stuff I assume to be virus free. I didn't do that at first - which is how the congress got demoted to dirty knife duty in the first place