While researching knife sharpening systems, I stumbled into something. A guy had a sales pitch about his sharpening machine and how awesome his machine and his style is. Something about it rang true. I know people in high end beauty salons and professional clothing makers, so I called them. I was told that people who sharpen scisors are not that easy to find. But a person who does it well is downright rare. And their customers are extremely loyal. Cindy missed her guy when he was in town for his one day a month. So she bought new scissors instead of letting somebody else sharpen hers. A very typical story. Good scissors will often cost up into the $500.00 range. And from what I am hearing, I do not believe it is simply a matter of experience. But I am not sure what the difference is. I am currently trying to contact one of these scissor sharpening magicians. But that is about all I can figure out to do. There are sharpening schools and machines to be purchased for $2000.00 to $20,000.00 all over the place. All claiming to be fantastic. I have no interest in being an average sharpener. I want to be one of these magicians or nothing at all. Any ideas?