The Enzo D2 and IIRC the stainless have been known to chip when zero-ground, but strictly speaking the Enzos are not meant to be zero ground. My carbon Enzo came with a secondary microbevel which I've kept, and I've had no chipping whatsoever. D2 is a poor steel for zero-ground scandi.
Don't want to bust Josh's thread but D2 is a nightmare with chipping, I have had an enzo D2 chip aswell but thats more to do with the steel rather than the knife , never had that problem with the O1 or ss versions.
And as Eraaij says, get the blade, make your own knife..perfect solution.