Hi Guys - I got my new Izula 2 today and am super excited to use it this weekend! I had never held one before but it fits my hand great. It came pretty sharp although not the scary sharp that I seem to hear so much about. As I was inspecting it I noticed that the grind near the choil rides a bit higher into the coating, this only occurs one side. At first I thought its purely cosmetic and chalked it up to it being done by a human. However I decided to see if affected the actual shape of the cutting surface. If I set it on a flat surface I can see daylight under where that high grind point occurred. Is this normal or an error? Will it affect my ability to sharpen that portion of the knife? I am just getting into sharpening so I am not a pro by any means. If this is normal then I won't worry about it but figured I should check before I put the knife to use.