More people have made that observation. I believe it partially boils down to the "Can a razor be too sharp?" discussion.
Allow me to recycle a post of mine from another forum.
There is little doubt in my mind that an edge can truly be too sharp. A lot of straight razor shavers find that hard to accept, because sharpness
is what draws a man like a magnet to a straight razor. "I like living on the edge" is not for nothing a saying often heard in macho circles. The circles where more HP makes a better engine, the peatier a whisky the better, bigger boobs are hotter, the best bowlers use the heaviest ball, etc. Obviously, less sharper edges are for fags that can't handle real sharpness.
I think Coticules yield excellent edges, that differentiate very well between whiskers and skin
:sleep:, because the relatively big garnets with their facets meeting at obtuse angles, are incapable of creating toothy indentations at the very edge. In absence of those teeth we need very high keenness, to make the edge penetrate the hair shaft well. The natural limit of our beloved hones seems about perfect for the kind of pressure most shavers put on the blade (light, yet enough to comfortably guide the razor with a steady hand).
Those who would want to experience an edge that I personally find "too sharp", could try some diamond paste at 0.25 micron. Give a perfect Coticule edge a good stropping on it... I know there are people who like such edges, but I am not one of them.