Hi guys. I've recently spent a lot of time in the shop working on a larger number of smaller knives. I discovered that I think I like smaller knives better. They seem more useful for the kinds of things i need a knife for typically. The other really nice thing about that is that I get a lot more practice making them because they take less time to work on. I'll post some pics soon. I think I jumped from having 3 knives complete to (by the end of next week) maybe 7 or 8 in just a short time. For me, trust me, that's breakneck speeds. For some that's what you do before coffee in the morning... : ) But, after all my practice, i still have a problem with my bevels. Well, not a problem but a curiosity. I like bevels with the rounded angles. Very smooth looking and I really do prefer that style. But, I have to admit, it's really bothering me that no matter what i try, i can't seem to make a sharp bevel line on my grinder. I've read tons of posts and watched youtube videos til my eyes blurred but I can't figure this out. It's now just the fact that i can't figure it out that makes me really want to. I know this is an often discussed topic for newbies and I realize that you guys are likely sick of being asked the question (i've asked it at least twice) but, it would really help me out if you could all braindump any tips/tricks you have on how to get a nice straight bevel using your grinder. I know the basics (make sure the belt doesn't overlap, use a stiffer belt, use a grinding jig etc.) and have tried all of them in various combinations. I'm just starting to think that i'm missing something crucial. Either that, it's my tools : ) Again, I know this is a pain in the butt question but, i'm out of ideas. As usual, I appreciate all the help you guys give me. I'm really glad when I'm actually able to help a new guy myself now. Great feeling.