A hobby belt sander with a 1" x 30" 600 grit silicon carbide grit belt works well, too.
If you sharpen symmetrically, try setting a bevel by grinding almost to the edge with your Bester 700, setting a slightly steeper microbevel with your Shapton Pro 2000, and finish another slightly steeper microbevel with your Naniwa 10K. You may not spend as much money as you would buying all of those awesome Glasstones, but you'll get a sharp, durable edge very quickly.
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