It'll take a VERY long time to remove the original grind pattern from S30V, with the Sharpmaker. This steel is known for it's 'abrasion resistance' (due to abundant amounts of vanadium carbides in it), which translates essentially to 'doesn't sand/grind/polish easily'. The Sharpmaker is great for touching up (micro bevelling), but the ceramic rods won't be aggressive enough to quickly remove the large amount of metal needed for polishing the bevels. Diamond hones will work much better for this, in a C/F/EF/EEF sequence, then followed by the ceramic rods (at least F/UF). The more 'mirror' you expect to see in the result, the more important it'll be to use a tight sequence like this, followed by stropping with diamond paste such as 6/3/1 micron.