I got a new grinder for Christmas, the grizzly 2x72 and started playing with it. All of my knives up to this point have been done on my 1x32 or with file jigs. I also have been using a grinding jig for bevels, so have been pretty happy with my bevels. I ground out a Kiradashi freehand last night, and it was pretty rough, but it got me thinking. I want to shed the jigs and get proficient at freehand bevels. My question for the more experienced folks is, would you recommend just grinding a bunch out and working on that, or would you grind one and work the whole knife to completion one at a time? I see value in both, but think the grinding learning curve would be sped up by just spending time grinding. I am wondering either way if I'm going to end up with a pile of shop knives, so might as well just invest a bunch of time roughing stuff out. I'm asking this specifically because I also had a local bladesmith tell me to just work slowly on one at a time and do your best with each step start to finish, and that's kind of the opposite as far as time invested in a process.