This is an old thread but i want to add my experience. I have been buying SanRenMu knives from sellers in China since 2008. I have never received one that was not hair-poppin' sharp and solidly built, excellent design and zero issues. The 'old' SRM 710, a framelock, is one i have carried and used since 2008. It is similar in design to a small Sebenza. After a few months with the 710 and i sold both my Sebenzas (large & small) because the 710 did everything i wanted it to do so well that i had no need for a Sebenza that cost about 40 times as much.
I also have knives branded Elan, Ganzo, Land, Bee, Navy & others, all under $20 shipped and i would still be happy with them even if the price had been $100, because they are very well made knives with steel that holds up very well.
I like to 'gift' knives to people who aren't expecting anything(e.g. 2 guys delivering a new gun safe, etc.) as well as to friends. The SRM, Elan, etc. make for great gifts as they are inexpensive & work so well. When i run into one of these people again, everyone has thanked me and said something to the effect "great knife, super sharp, i love it" and "where did you get it, i want to get some for my friends". For many people it is the first truly sharp blade they have ever experienced.
Hanwei is another knife/sword manufacturer in China that make very fine knives, a little more expensive but world class quality. Some years ago there was a Hanwei-Ron Lake collaboration knife based on Ron Lake's interframe design. An original Ron Lake can be up to $25,000 and as far as i know never under $15,000. These collaborations sold for about $225 and i twice read a post by a Ron Lake collector saying he was hard pressed to find any differences. These sold out so about 2 years later there was another run of these with excellent results but not quite as outstanding as the first ones. I mention this in case you come across one for sale.
And finally, my AGR Texas Ranger knives of the last 8 (9 ?) years, designed by Phil Gibbs and made in China have the best fit and finish i have ever seen. My T. Bose ivory Trapper is just as perfect.