Glen is good people, a friend, and a Hell of a hand at putting an edge on a razor.
I'll preface what I'm about to say with this, it's your razor, and you do it any way you want.
I've been shaving with straights for a few years now. I hone my own and one or two every now and then for a friend. I rarely do over ten or twelve strokes on a linen and about the same on horsehide ( shell) barber's strop. Reason being, I haven't found that it improves the edge to do any more. I check the edge to see if it will cut arm hair above the skin and if so, I go shave. If not, I usually grab another razor and put that one in the pile to get honed. Seems to me that the straight razor forum crowds go overboard on making things complicated.
I do have a "barber's hone" (several in fact) and while they may be handy for a quick tune up if you're lucky. Been my experience that if the edge is far enough gone to warrant their use, then I'd think about sending it back to Glen.
Straight shaving is fun. Learning curve is somewhat steep and can be painful. However, when you think, back in the day it was the norm. Nothing magical. It's fun to gather all the neat doo dads and stuff, but I think of my great grandfather who was a trail boss on the cattle drives after his stint in the civil war and all pictures of him are clean shaven. I figure he shaved whenever he could and without a lot of fancy stuff other than a brush, soap, maybe a cup, a razor, and probably a saddle cinch for a strop.
Nowadays, I can do a two pass shave in 10 minutes if I'm in a hurry. Usually take about 15 just to cut down on pink lather possibilities.
Have fun above all else.
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