TL:dr almost as good batoning as wedge ground CS kukri, better at chopping wood than CS kukri, almost as good as 3# Estwing camp axe.
This thing is a beast. It's heavy but not so heavy you can't cut grass with a deliberate wrist snap. That said, if you mostly cut grass then this isn't for you. It's too much work unless you trap it with a stick so it can't move out of the way. I never planned on cutting grass with it though. I mention it only because it shows how versatile this tool is. I bought this to hack though woody vegetation, maintain trails, dig and chop roots, process wood in camp. It does all of these things well; better overall than any other tool I own, although each one excels in its niche. It's also proven itself good for lifting Dutch oven bails due to its concave spine and flipping burgers on a grill . At home I use it to cut pizza and process large roots and tough squash from the ethnic markets. My neighbor borrowed it to butcher a pig. He bought himself one when after that.