Hi Everyone, I just received a Fiskars X27 from Amazon and took it out yesterday to try it out. I'm curious, what kind of edge retention is typical on these axes? The edge on mine is beat up a bit more than I thought it would be for no more work that I did with it. Most of the splits were done with the log to be split resting on a stump. Only a handful of pieces were challenging. I happened to look at the edge after maybe just 3 or 4 pieces, and already I could see it was starting to look a little nibbled. I'm sure I can stone the edge back into shape, but is that kind of wear normal for these axes? I can't decide if this is par for the course or if I got an axe that's maybe a little soft. I'm sure the heat treatment on these axe heads is completely automated and dialed in. Makes me wonder if the cutting edge initially suffers from a touch of decarburization; I wonder if it improves once it's been sharpened a few times and that outermost layer of steel is removed. Thanks for any thoughts.