JMO, but the blade on the becker is to tall and bulky to be practical for most precise cutting jobs imo. The second one looks well put together, has a good blade, tang, and handle design. NICE sheath. But the blade is SS. To my experience any grade of SS blade has never held an edge nearly as well as a quality steel blade.
You'll get a BAZILLION different opinions on knives though. Personally I've been a fan of Cold Steel products for several years now.
While I'm a HUGE fan of the Cold Steel Voyager knives, if you prefer to open carry...
They've got a sheath for it, or simply use a "hammer hanger" from any tool / hardware store.
There's very good stainless out there that holds and takes an edge as good or better than 1095. Like ATS-34, 154CM, CPM S30V or VG-10. 1095 is a great carbon steel though and why so many use it. It's a tough steel, not that the others aren't, but it's not stainless and can pit bad over time if you don't care for it. I personally like 154CM and why a Benchmade Nimravus is one of my main bug out knives.
I've handled the BK2 and RBS 4, though never owned either. Becker is Kbar of course and I've owned a few Ontario's, one of a RAT 7. The RBS 4 has the same uncomfortable handle, but should be a tough knife the same and the BK2 tough enough, though I don't like the zytel handles for long term durability. they do make replacement micarta slabs for it, but I don't find the knife worth the money. There are lots of great knives out there, you might keep looking around Shawn.
KnifeCenter who I've dealt a lot with has a nice deal on some very good knives right now.
I have the full line of Becker Knives that I have been re working. The BK2 is a great working tool for chopping, batoning. The BK7 Utility might be a little more of an all around knife. The Bowie is a huge knife and well suited to any chopping and cutting needs.