Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Hi all, I’m pretty knew to the knife hobby. I used to have a cheap Kershaw. I lost it and decided to upgrade to a Spyderco tenacious a couple of month ago. I really liked the fit and finish and started reading a lot about knives and decided to upgrade again. I hesitated a lot between PM2 and PM3 and S110V vs S30V. I ended up ordering the PM2 in S110V that should be delivered later today. For the past two months, I’ve practiced my sharpening skills on the Tenacious and I can get a decent edge. I only use stones and haven’t yet bought any stropping belt. My edge isn’t as good as the factory, but it can cut paper and shave hair with a little applied force. I’ve been reading a lot about S110V and understand it’s more difficult to sharpen and should be retouched before it goes dull. I also understand the concept of the toothy edge and the fact that it would perform best with a coarser stone (no need to go very fine grit or stop). My question to the community: I have purchased the below stones. Will this be enough to maintain the edge of the S110V or I need to go to diamond stone (and which one) or even invest in other tools. - Bora 501057 Fine/Coarse Combination Sharpening Stone, Aluminum Oxide - Whetstone Cutlery 20-10960 Knife Sharpening Stone-Dual Sided 400/1000 Grit Water Stone-Sharpener - Premium Knife Sharpening Stone Kit 2 Side 1000/6000 Grit Whetstone Edit: Sorry for posting the links to the big shop. I've just included the description of the stones now.