I like Cold Steel, in fact couple years ago I was buying them like crazy (having access to better prices). Then some of my joy went away as I was buying their more recent products, comparing them with old series. I ended up selling many of the things I bought, mostly keeping Japanese and US made items only.
One of my most favourite knives of all times is their Recon Scout in San-MaiIII sandwich steel, IMO this is the closest one can get to a true universal knife. Serves me well, replaced my old and trusted Uton75 (old Czechoslovakian paratrooper's knife) and sent it to hard-earned retirement. For lighter carry desires, my Recon Scout gets recently replaced by Kizlyar Irtysh now and then, but Scout is and likely always will be my SHTF main blade.
I have to say I'm not all that impressed with CS Gurkha kukri. Got the cheaper SK5 version. Not bad, just not completely worth the money IMO. But certainly not bad enough to get rid of it.
Black Bear Classic - think a modern day's smallsword for a gentleman. That's this knife! Ellegant, fast and deadly. More weapon than tool though. I carry it in the city sometimes, especially when I (rarely) don't have a gun on me.
Voyager series (including Vaqueros and Gunsite) - the old Japanese ones - awesome! The only thing I regret is they don't have reversible pocket clip. Got couple of them and carry them all the time.
Recon1 - got two of the discontinued Japanese series with UltraLock. Love them! Bad news thoug, I had to fight for them on ebay, comepting with crazy collectors who may be willing to pay unbeliveable amounts for them. I got lucky.
Rajah II - great, but would gladly pay more for a better blade material than Taiwan-made AUS8 steel. Too soft. Also, recent CS's policy of using bead-blast finish on the blades makes them rust easily and look cheap. I solved that by putting a "brushed steel finish" on it with a rough dish sponge.
Spartan - love the shape, as for steel - just like Rajah. Also removed the beadblast off it.
Trench shovel - love it! One fo the best outdoor/survival tools investments one can make. Despite Taiwan made, it's very durable and holds edge nicely. Very versatile tool, not too heavy. Trench shovels are also war-proved to be highly effective in close combat.
Mini Hunter - overpriced IMO, but very usable little knife, good for backup or perhaps bugout kits. VG1 steel is my favourite of CS production (same on old series Voyagers and inside the San-Mai sandwich blades)