Buzzy's suggestion of Korin for MAC is dated. Korin only carries one MAC knife -- a bread knife. Nice bread knife though.
I like Cutlery and More quite a bit -- and they have a decent, if incomplete collection of MAC: Mac Knives - Your Mac Knife Store, Full Mac Knife Selection, MAC Japanese Knives, chef knife
Chef Resources has pretty close to a complete selection, but less of a discount: Mac Knives - Cutlery
And, one can buy direct from MAC. Here's the link to MAC USA, but I'm not sure if they'll ship to Sweden: MAC Knife Inc. USA
Both of these e-tailers sell Shun also. An excellent e-tailer with a good selection of Shun, specializing in a wide variety of Japanese knives is Epicurean Edge The Epicurean Edge: Japanese and European professional chefs knives
I second Buzzy's recommendation of Japanese Chef Knives and of the Hiromoto Tenmi Jyuraku AS knives. They are the best knives I've ever held. I can't imagine anyone finding a balance or handle problem with one, either. They're about as neutral a knife as you'll find -- better ergonomics than even an excellent carbon-steel Sabatier. (FWIW, I'm a left-handed man with hands just large enough to palm a basketball with difficulty, and a water-polo ball easily.)
If you can afford the freight, you might also consider the Misono UX 10 series and the Ryusen Blazen. They are very expensive, unadorned, top-line knives made from (Swedish) powdered metal formulations. Again, great, classic ergonomics. Good for large and small hands.
I also see a lot of Glestain in the hands of top-level pros.