If there's a shortcoming, it's that Rada hasn't expanded their product line enough over the 60 years they've been in business. I'd really like to see a Rada pocket knife or clasp knife, and they really, really need to make forks to go with their steak knife sets or just produce a full set of Rada tableware. I get very tired of knives, forks and spoons whose handles break in the dishwasher.
It's really nice to find something of such outstanding quality that's made here in America, plus I have a lot of respect for their marketing methods. They don't sell through Target or WalMart or any major retail outlets. They seem to do just fine selling through small individual dealers who do well by just letting the quality and fair price of the product speak for itself. This is the way business ought to be done in America.
To get some Rada knives for yourself try a quick search on Google. There are even a few items on Amazon. You can start out with a Rada Paring knife for under $4.