You know how we love our multitasking gadgets here at CNET. My own personal aversion to clutter makes these basicKnives intriguing. The small collection features three knives--a 6-inch cook's knife, a 4-inch paring knife, and a 3.5-inch paring knife--that incorporate other cutting tools within the surface of the blade.
The cook's knife features a grater/crusher and an herb scoop. The larger paring knife includes a vegetable peeler, and the smaller one holds a zester/decorating tool.
Less to wash, less to store--works for me. I've seen a few comments raised about potential problems with having a grater on the side of the blade--proper chopping technique has chefs resting their knuckles against the blade. But, this isn't a traditional grater--that is, it doesn't look like there's a protrusion, just a perforation in the blade--so these concerns may be unwarranted.
The larger issue is that I can't figure out where to buy the things or how much they cost. So if you track down that info, be sure to post it in the comments.