My paper wheels arrived today and off to Lowes I went to pick up the grinder below. Delta model 23-196 Also want to add that I live in an apartment and this motor and setup is quiet enough to not bother the neighbors. This Delta grinder was very easy to flip the motor around on (so the wheels spin away from me) and take the guards off. This will not be its home obviously I think my lady would be upset haha. I should have taken more pics but I was like a kid on Xmas Quick Review: Where has this been all my life?!!? I have freehanded for awhile and have a Wicked Edge system. Before I dropped anymore money on stones for the Wicked Edge I wanted to try paper wheels. I used a sharpie to cover the edge and went at it with a big grin. First knife I tried was my Spyderco Salt. Its a user and well loved. You can see I was a bit low at the back but that wiped off. ( I should have wiped it off first but I was shocked that just a few passes brought out sweet shine.) Next up my Izula. Another loved knife. Overall I am very happy. These 2 knives were done with 15 minutes experience after just getting this all setup today. I am sure with more practice the results will be better. TLDR: If you ever thought about trying paper wheels (Razor Sharp Edgemaking System), DO IT. Less then $150 in this setup. Quiet enough for apartment. Awesome sharp polished edges fast.