I like the results I'm getting with doing about 10-15 laps on a linen hanger with .5 Crox after finsihing on a coticule.
I've been experimenting with .25 diamond and I find the edges to be radically sharper but significantly less comfortable.
Crox grit is reported to be rounder than the diamonds, so that could be the reason the edge feels smoother. The .25 diamond is finer, so it could just be the edge is 'too' sharp for me. Maybe it's both things working together.
Maybe .5 diamond would be the next move. If I could find .25 Crox I'd try that too. Then there's that CBN spray in ridiculously fine grits.
Maybe I should just live with the Crox edge and be happy.
But I can't help but wonder if there's another level of refinement.
Does that thought-process ever go away?
Me thinks I might be overcomplicating things again.