A while back (like a few years) I got a set of the Penn State Versa Chisels (aka Sorby Spindle Master). I haven't done much with them. I've watched a few videos and I know that sharpening them is just making sure the top of the chisel is flat. The bevel shouldn't be touched, at lest not with a grinder. I am wondering if performance would be improved if the bevel were polished. I have seen a Spindle Master in the past, and it had a much smoother bevel than the Versa Chisel does. If so, how high a grit do I need to go to on the bevel and should I go as far as polishing it on a wheel? I went to 1000 grit sandpaper and already see a visual difference on the 2 I've worked on vs the one I have not touched yet. I have not tried cutting with them yet.