I'd like to ask for a little advice... I have a "complete" Gesshin soaking progression (400-2000-6000) but lately I've been thinking it might be nice to be able to just yank a stone out of the drawer and splash a little water on it for touch ups during meal prep. This kind of moved front and center when I tried to dice a piece of horseradish root (I use a fair bit of horseradish, this was a tough one) and my thin blades didn't love that. Generally I use a Gesshin Ginga stainless, a Kochi carbon and a Munetoshi petty. My knee jerk reaction was to get a Gesshin 6000 splash and go but they look a little on the sold out side now. The synthetic natural says it's best to soak, but that stone looks pretty interesting. I thought about the shapton 5000 because I could pull the stone out and just spritz some water on it and place it on it's case. That actually sounds pretty appealing to me. I don't <<think>> I'll use this as a main finishing stone, I like the 6000 I have, really just for during meal touch ups. Any help would be appreciated.