Infinity seems to have a 3/4 hook rip. All the rest are Olson. Their writeup sounds good.
If you want to exhaust fumes from your kitchen I just happen to have a strong explosion proof fan with a twenty foot flex duct. You can borrow if you wantA little more tweaking. Can still do a 7/8 radius easy. Maybe tighter. Just did a 3/64 slice off a 1x6. Quite happy with the results. Over on LJ, I was pointed to a video where he honed it in-place running. I tried that, but the results were about half as good as doing on the bench where the band was backed up by a block of wood.
I consider the tool trustworthy now. So any success is of course my great skill. NOT. But now at least I know any failure IS my fault.
So in the last few months:
I can now trust my BS, dovetail saw, coping saw, chisels, planes, sharpening system, workbench and greatly improved dust collection. Actually getting close on the miter saw dust collection but that will be a totally different write up. Finally got to test the pre-cat lacquer primer. Really like the results, but the fumes are brutal. Glad I build my outside bench, but it does outgas for a while. Not sure I can use it for my kitchen cabinets that have to be done in situ. I have squares that are square. Marking gauge I can work with. Turned an old paring knife into a nice bench knife.