First things first
OK first of all get yourself a Spyderco 204 Sharpmaker kit. Then the next thing I would recommend would be a copy of the book: "The Razor Edge Book Of Sharpening" by John Juranitch. Between that book and the DVD that comes with the 204 Sharpmaker kit they together will give you a really nice overview of the basics of sharpening.
Now if you want one of the "Clamp On" type kits to where you have a fixed angle there are 2 kits I have been sort of impressed with. The one that everyone on Bladeforums raves over is called the EDGE PRO. Do a "Google" search and you will find several places on the net you can get one. The device that I have that works on that same principle is called the "Skarb". The one feature I like about the "SKARB" is the fact that you can use your own stones with that particular kit.
But I use my 204 Sharpmaker about 85% of the time. I hope that gets you going in the right direction.
Long Live the SPYDEREDGE Spyderco Hawkbills RULE!!