The Starling 2 from Byrd Knives offers a compact profile with sturdy lock back reliability. With an overall length less than 4.5", the Starling is small and concealable yet still built strong enough to handle serious cutting tasks. It has a tough blade made from CTS-BD1 steel with a plain edge and a satin finish. The handle consists of a lock back stainless steel frame with textured G-10 handle scales. A lanyard hole finishes off the solid EDC design.
Seriously, this is very similar the size and shape of the nifty Manbug in their Spyderco line up. A little heavier since it has steel liners. Much more usable blade length than the Spyderco Lady Bug and Byrd Finch without adding any additional length to the handle - accomplished by having less choil and a longer edge. Fit and finish are much better than some other Byrd offerings which scream “our cheap line” - this could easily be sold in their Spyderco economy line (difference is, length of warranty and free resharpening).
So, it's a bit smaller than a dragonfly, but has G-10 scales (a plus over FRN in my book), it's also a bit lighter. And it's $25 less. That's a win in my book, because this thing has awesome fit and finish, snaps open and closed with a satisfying schnick.