Knives of Alaska for me. I'm amazed at how much I can do with my Cub Bear caper. The ergonomics are great and it holds an edge like you wouldn't believe. I wear it on my belt all season,regardless of where I'm huntng,and don't fell the least bit compromised.
Buck Vanguard with rubber handle, and, Cold Steel VG10 Bird & Trout, both in the "field dressing" stuff sack. Folding Buck 110 in the "survival" stuff sack. 6" filet knife, 6" boning knife, and a diamond steel at camp for final processing.
Someone gave me an Outdoor Edge Flip N Blaze as a gift last year. At first I thought I might return it but the more I looked it over the better I liked it. Now it'd be the last knife I'd get rid of. It's extremely sharp, grips great, and I love the caping blade because you can sharpen it easily, which in my mind makes it better than the guthooks, which I have used and liked just fine. Haven't tried Havalon or Knives of Alaska but I see high praise for them on here. May just have to check them out.
Odor maskers come and go. Being downwind never goes out of style.