I have always sharpened bowl gouges at 40°, but I recently bought a new 1/2" bowl gouge and I reconfigured it to a 40° side grind and am having problems. As you might be able to tell from the attached photo, sharpening it to that angle is causing a 'squared-off' point, rather than a curve. This new gouge seems to have a much deeper 'V' that my previous gouge of the same size, and I think that is the cause. So, I'm wondering how to change the angle to create a more rounded sweep. I hate to start experimenting and unnecessarily grind off a bunch of metal. I have always liked 40° for the 'Anchor - Bevel' part of the process, especially on the inside of the bowl. What angle do you suggest?