I've gotten to use my LC200N Pacific Salt a bunch over the past few weeks.
I've been making a point to experiment with different edge finishes to guage how the steel behaves at different grits.
Initially I kept the edge extremely polished, then I went in the opposite direction. These days its a middle ground.
Reprofiled on a 180 grit diamond stone. Aimed for 8dps. Once I was flipping the burr I used lighter and lighter strokes, one swipe per side, until the edge cleanly shaved.
Then I setup my sharpmaker with the medium rods in the 20 degree slots and did one light stroke per side.
Previously I was running the edge straight off the 180 grit stone. While it cut extremely well, the apex seemed to roll more easily than I wanted due to how thin of an edge I put on it.
So I've been using the 20 degree microbevel to try to stabilize the apex without completely grinding off the microserrations.
This knife has been taking extremely sharp edges for me. Using the process I outlined above, it bites into materials and grabs them well like my coarse edges tend to do, but that bit of refinement on the ceramics gives it great push cutting ability too.
Even after being used to break down cardboard etc. over the past few days since my last touch-up, it pops arm hairs off. Very sharp. When I do the thumb test to feel how keen the apex is my thumb just stops, doesn't want to slide off.
BTW today a SE LC200N Pacific arrived in the mail. Excited to see how the steel does in SE.