Speaking of sharpening, I just got a WWII and a Freud 50T red combo
back from a resharpening trip to Forrest.
The Freud hit a buried drywall screw a while back and had visible
tooth damage, so on a lark, I tossed it into the box to see what
Forrest could do with it. I told them to just try their best, but not
to replace teeth, as I could always use the blade for MDF, etc... if
it wasn't all that hot when I got it back.
Forrest returned both blades with an almost apologetic note stating
that the Freud was very dull, and they did their best, running it
through the process twice, and test cutting it.
I *swear* the Freud cuts better than it did as new. I can't wait to
mount up the "properly sharpened" WWII again! <G>
Total cost was $60 for both blades, including test cuts on both and
return shipping. A fair deal!