Im in the same way. Creativity and intelligence can give to you the property to imagine the future. Is better to take good decisions in life, like buy good tools. Sometimes is difficult because there are so much variables, but is better to have the option to imagine the variables that dont. Though the equilibrium is the more wise side. Im just a student for now so I cant go wrong. Yeah, debating you get some important information. I think the beveler is very expensive but useful. The only thing that worries me is about the 35º angle because I dont know if the angle suits to my needs. Something that ash mentioned and I consider important is that for beveling you need to level the edge of the frets to the fretboard edge, if 35º is too much when the edge of the frets touch the wood the angle maybe will much invasive inside the frets. Mmm. Im from Chile, the end of the world. For this reason Im limited regarding possibilities from where to buy. What grids of sandpapers do you people use to level fretboards and frets? 80, 120, 240, 320? just 240 and 320? I read that the more abrasive sandpapers will leave deep scratches in frets.