If Victorinox knives are in a price range you are comfortable with I don't think you can go wrong. In my 30 years of selling this brand I can't recall anyone coming back to me saying they didn't like there knives. I would recommend an 8" chefs knife a 3 1/2" to 4" paring knife a 6" flexible boning knife and if you don't have a 10" butcher steel I would invest in that also. Unless you have a specific need for a cleaver it wouldn't be on my must have list. I like a butcher block for home knife storage. A knife bag is great if you use your knives away from home. I hope this helps.
[URL="http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=86"][B][COLOR="Red"]Enter An International Cook Off From Your Home.[/COLOR][/B]
Cajun Grill by Percy Guidry; 22.5" WSM; GMG Daniel Boone; Crown Verity Gaser