I have been admiring the Tormek for some time, but recently found your website and this great forum. Your video on the site are absolutely great selling point. I first saw the Tormek at the local Woodcraft store and nobody could comment on it let alone demonstrate it. I am strongly considering a purchase from your company, however, as a knife maker, I'm looking for "the system" to apply the best possible edge to the knives I make and own. Many of the owners of my custom knives return them to me over time to resharpen them and I would like to return them with a professional and accurate edge bevel.
I've seen the video on the straight knives and its great. But how about the pocket knives and the variety of edges? For an example, I have several knives I've made utilizing a "recurve profile" (looks like an elongated "s"). Appears to me that as long as the blade's edge is all on the same plane, this shouldn't be a problem sharpening on the Tormex. Your thoughts on sharpening this type of edge and those in general on the pocket knives and the new tactical (read as larger than a whittler) knives.
Hope to see you in Overland Park next month--Dan