This 10V steel is a bit quixotic. This is my first knife in 10V and it certainly behaves differently when sharpening.
I cut a 20 degree bevel per side, not very aggressive at all since the blade is so thin behind the edge. On my EdgePro, I took the edge up to 1000 grit without too much issue, producing a nice polish. However, the edge seemed toothy and after inspecting it with a 20x loop, discovered consistent chips in the edge. These were definitely clean fractures that chipped out a chunk of steel from the edge; these were not residual coarse grind lines that had not been polished out. There was no bur, however, like S90V forms.
I went over my process again in my head. The angle was not too aggressive. I knew that I might be asking too much of the steel, since it is very high carbide, by stressing it by taking it up too high on the EP stones. S90V performs well on the EdgePro up to 400 grit, so I decided to try that.
After mounting the 400 grit stone and working on the edge for a while, removing all the jaggies, the edge looked much, much better under the loop. Working it for a bit longer, the 10V actually started to polish nicely at 400 grit, which surprised me. It would push cut catalog paper, even at 20 degrees pet side.
So I was able to make it work. I'm interested to see how this edge holds up over time, since I did see fracturing already, but I want to see if my corrective action fixed that problem and didn't leave any permanent damage to the underlying steel. 10V is definitely a different animal.