So I was excited to see PMs get a pet that would scale with their level even if it was just the fightre. I looked over all the enhancements that you could give it and thought wow should be pretty devestating when you get to 20. Umm... was I wrong. I just went to the test Dojo and leveled a PM to 20 and invested every last AP into my knight that was available to me. I took every enhancement to all three tiers and took augment summoning as a feat to further boots it. I sat there for 5 minutes and watched it attack the kobolds. The damage was averaging in the 40's per hit and 80-90's on a crit never breaking the 100 barrier. For all the AP invested this damage output is quite poor. The Arti dog and the Druid wolf do much more damage and they come free with the class and get their own AP to spend instead our ours. For the investment the current return is to poor.Suggestions and things I liked1) I was surprised by and liked the fact that the knight now gets a UI like other pets and hirelings. Very cool feature and quite nice.2) If this is a pet like the Arti dog and druid wolf then please expand it all the way and let us add armor and weapons to our knight just like the dog and wolf. This would do something to up the damage to something worthwhile for all the AP invested. As it stands now it just isn't worth all the AP and it should be.3) If you aren't going to follow suggestion two at least give the knight some more umph in the form of magical weapons like hirelings get this would go a little ways toward helping up the damage.4) Also to help boost the knights umph I would give tier 3 of each of the improvement lines a special ability. Maybe an aura of fear that improves at each tier level. An aura that causes the shaken state at tier 3 of the first enhancement. A fear state (DC 10 + 1/2 level + your intel modifier) at tier 3 of the second enhancement line. A finally a despair state ( like the mummy) at tier 3 of the third enhancement line (DC 10 + 1/2 level + intel modifier).All of these together might be a bit much but bits and pieces should make the knight worth the investment.