Today, I bought a 5" x 3" Dexter-Russell Traditional series hamburger turner from a restaurant supply store. It was sold for ~$24 to me. It feel solid and nice. It is slightly flexible, and it is nicely ground with an edge. Restaurant grade cookware are often less expensive than residential version. Pots, pans, knives, baking sheets...etc, yet restaurant grade turners are more expensive than their residential counterpart by 1-2 folds. My understanding is that the restaurant versions are build to last in a very harsh and abusive environment, so they are sold at a higher price point. This is also why I bought one. Your opinions, my friends?