i agree with manton. the low stones are to correct abuses. after they've been corrected, as long as you treat your knives respectfully, you shouldn't need them again. i'm not as down on microserrations as some. i find they're pretty handy as long as you use a slicing motion when you cut rather than a simple up-down.
i didn't take a lot of pictures. but here's what i've got.miniature gougeres (my jokey plating to send to TK)beet-marinated hamachi with a kishu mandarin rolled in japanese spiced peppersweetbreadsroasted turbot tablesideTRUFFLES and potato gnocchiguinea hen demi-dueil carved table sidebirthday boy!