I recently bought the knife below - Kyocera Susan G. Komen 5-1/2" pink ceramic knife (I hope the picture is showing - I'm not good at this stuff).
I absolutely LOVE it! I first bought the Wushoff Santoku (recommended by a friend) but was unimpressed. I bought the ceramic one and did a comparison with a variety of cutting and slicing - my current Henkel vs. the new Wusthoff vs. the Kyocera ceramic. For me - the Kyocera won hands done.
I asked alot of questions on this forum while I was shopping and one thing I learned is that choosing a knife has alot to do with personal preference. The ceramic knives are very light and very sharp. The need to be sharpened less than SS - and must be sent to Kyocera accompanied with the original pacakge and receipt. It is $10 for two knives and $5 for each additional. For me personally, it is less of a hassle to drop it in the mail and have someone else do it for me. Also, if the kife does chip - you can have it reshaped using the same procedure.
I ended up returning the Wusthoff and still use my Henkels for tougher jobs - ie - smashing a clove of garlic. Most times, though, I find myself with the ceramic knife. Just my personal opinion. Oh, and it wasn't as expensive as I had thought - this particular knife was $70 and Williams Sonoma. Good luck!
Kyocera Susan G Komen 5-1/2 inch Pink Ceramic Knife