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Awesome! Then the world is your oyster. As I mentioned before, the Jeff White Nessmuk has been, for me, a terrific skinner. And it'll also do regular fieldcraft tasks with ease. However, I think I would get the Trekker model if I were only going to carry one. It might be right at the top of your budget, but it's an excellent knife. It's a convex grind just like the Nessmuk, but it's longer and not quite as sharply swept. If that's too large a blade, then check out the Bush Knife or one of the French Trade knives.
Here's the Trekker
Here's the French Trade Knife
The Bush One is close in length to your Enzo and is a bit less expensive.
The Condor Kephart is a flat grind with a secondary bevel and works really well. It's also very affordable and comes with the best sheath you'll ever see for its price point.
It seems to be a good budget knife, haven't had a chance to beat on it yet. I have heard good things about them. [link]