First, thank you for the passaround STEVE,
and it was a pleasure tightening up your edges.
I must say that video looks entirely unflattering
as those edges are SHINING MIRRORS in real life. The video lens creates the illusion of a scratch pattern that is just not there, or it somehow exacerbates the fine pattern that is there into something that looks like that video. That said... the camera can play amazing tricks, and I'm glad you can see & feel what the edges are really like.
Second thing is although you said, "sharpen them how you want, just stay 50/50", I was still very conservative as that Yuki's grind, at least, is borderline too thin on-the-edge. I didn't want to go too acute on such a thin edge as you had already commented on how hyper-tactile a response you get from the edge, and on the Goko, I didn't want to shock you out of the water. TAZ
has my 240SuisinIH right now so he sees how I typically open up my own bevels. I also pointed out some areas of mention that I would have done differently if they were mine, but as they are not - I did not. Looking at the video of the Yuki - that undergrind on the heel is still screaming at me, and I would have loved to had leveled it off.
Facts remain, I'm no professional sharpener; I don't do it day in & day out for years & years. I have sharpened a lot of knives over a lot of years, and I am quite capable of getting my knives too sharp for service. For me, there is such a thing.
Anyhow, all-in-all, I'm glad you're pleased as it pleased me to pay back your generosity.