First let me state, I'm not a carver. I'm what I consider to be an intermediate level woodworker who has acquired a fairly large number of quality carving tools that are in quite bad condition. I have somewhere in the neighborhood of 15 Henry Taylor, a dozen Sorby, and another dozen Stubai tools that are solid and in good shape physically, but have extremely mistreated cutting edges. I bought these on several different occasions at swap meets, thinking that I'd sharpen them and try my hand at carving. Well... after spending hours sharpening a few of the easier (flatter) profiles, I realized that the gouges and more complicated edges are beyond me at this point. So, my question is... is there an online tutorial on how do sharpen tools that need major restoration, or is there a reasonable service that does such a thing? I'd love to get these up to par and try learning a new skill. Thanks for any help you might provide!