I currently use a Bester 1200 and a Rika 5k to sharpen, mostly double beveled stainless knives. I do have double and single bevel carbons but I mostly use them at home and they don't get sharpened nearly as much as my work stuff. I strop on balsa loaded with 0.75 CBN and then on smooth leather. Looking to get more compounds and strops as well.
But what I am looking for now is a stone to use after the Rika. I would prefer something around 6k-8k, as for work I prefer a little bit of tooth. Splash-and-go or permasoakers are fine, when I bring my stones to work I soak when I get in and then sharpen when service slows down.
I am also looking to get a natural, either in this range, or 10k+ to use as my final stone when I want a smoother edge. I have used a Naniwa Snow White 8k before and was considering that unless anyone else had other suggestions.