The importance of a properly set bevel has been rightfully emphasized on several threads recently. But how to know, that a bevel really is properly set. Until now, I've always just done the glass dulling test. Meaning that I dulled the edge on the rim of a glass until it would no longer shave arm's hair. Then I went to my bevel setter (a 1K Naniwa, usually, a coticule now and then) and honed until it would shave arm's hair along the length of the blade. Lately, I'm not sure if this us enough since I had some frustrating experiences with edges that needed some more work (completely dull or breadknived razors or razors that needed a new bevel angle). How much further should I go? Honing on the 1K until it would pass a HHT or using a different test such as the burr method?