I got my GOLDENSTONE back in 2011 and at first I had a bit of a challenge trying to figure out the advantages of this most unique Sharpening Tool. It's been quite a while and I still don't talk to very many knife-friends who own one or even knows anything about the GOLDENSTONE. It's almost as though it's hidden in plain view. Now I do have a couple of gripes about the GOLDENSTONE. For one I truly wish they would do a comprehensive video on what the intended uses are for this Spyderco Sharpening Tool. Also more than anything I'm hoping that they will shortly offer the GOLDENSTONE in more grit selections. Being it is only available in the "FINE" grit at this time I feel somewhat limited in what I can use it for. Oh I've had a great time experimenting with it and have found it to be ideal for sharpening a wide range of different edged tools. But again more grits to select from I believe would increase it's popularity probably 10 fold>> and not to mention the wider range of uses it would have. For those of you who also own and use the Spyderco GOLDENSTONE I would love to hear what you like about it>>or even dislike about it for that matter. What if any suggestions would you like for Spyderco to consider concerning the GOLDENSTONE? If they did eventually offer it in more grit selections would you folks who currently don't own one would that make you more likely to buy one and try it out? Also if any of you have experimented with the GOLDENSTONE as I have I wish you all would share what you like about it and what you've discovered the advantages it has over other sharpening tools. OK let's chat about the GOLDENSTONE.