I have a hibben knife with which I have gutted countless deer. It is perfect for the job and well made. I think it is called the "Alaskan Pro Guide Hunter". It has a gut hook.
Some of the knives he designs look pretty bizarre, but from what I can tell they are functional and people like them.
They aren't as pricey as some other ones, either.
The problem with ordering knives is kind of like the problem you run into with ordering guns- - you don't know how it feels in your hand until you actually hold it and you can't tell how they perform or hold up until you actually employ them.
With knives, though, you might be able to return them if you do it quickly and haven't used them more than a minimal amount.
The Hibben knife I have is solid, has held up well and seems well-made- - a lot more solid than average, IME.