Ok so I know there are probably a lot of you that use knives, like myself. Whatever the application, a sharp knife is essential! With the upcoming holidays, I've become increasingly frustrated at the "accusharp" knife sharpener I've been using. While it works, it doesn't work good enough for me, and it's simply not up to my standards. My knives came from the factory much sharper than they are now, and I can't seem to replicate the edge. So this got me thinking of actual, good-quality knife sharpeners. I'm looking to spend under $100 and have been looking at the KME: http://kmesharp.com/kmeknshsy.html I also know about the Wicked Edge, but that is just too expensive. Does anyone have any experience with the KME? I'll mostly use it to sharpen my Benchmade pocket knife, and my Chicago Cutlery kitchen knives. I use both quite a bit and dull edges drive me crazy. There's nothing worse IMO than spending money on quality blades and not have a reasonable way to keep them sharp. I also read the FAQ about the different types of stones. The $80 kit comes with the ceramic stones and one Arkansas for polishing. I don't think I'll need the diamond stones because the edges aren't really bad, so it's more to keep the edges up. Would the ceramic be fine? Any other information would be really appreciated. I just started looking and don't really know anything about it yet.