Found myself betwixt and between today, making finishing cuts on the 10.5" Madrona bowl. Really had some bad tool marks after choosing the wrong gouge, then couldn't seem to get the right combination for a fine cut that would only remove tool marks and a bare shaving of the smoother wood. Didn't seem appropriate for a scraper, kinda between a scraper and a gouge. The worst marks were in the flattish bottom of the bowl (~2-1/2"+), so I switched from the bowl gouge to a bottom-of-the-bowl gouge. Oy! Didn't handle well on this shape, way too aggressive (I've loved it on other, smaller, deeper bowls). Went to a smaller BOTB gouge, that worked a bit better. Ended up using the scraper waaaayyyy more than seems sensible. I'm sanding now, but any advice would help for the next one. This bowl has been a real challenge. Here I thought than a shallower, wide bowl would be so much easier. Not. Might be the wood, which is pretty hard, but I sense that there's something else making it a new experience.