This is a zero on a VG-10 Delica :
This is a fairly robust grind for most cutting (cardboard, plastics, foods) but would require a small micro-bevel of harder woods like plywoods and such or else the edge is likely to ripple at the barely-visible extent.
The interesting thing which might not be obvious is the way, or speed at which this happens as it is not linear (because of the change in pressure as the edge thins out) :
Edge started at 0.030" thick, using the Sigma Power Select II waterstone :
-500 , edge was 0.015"
-1000 , edge was 0.011"
-1500 , edge was 0.004"
-2000 , edge was zeroed in places
-2500 , edge was cleanly apexed
These are very light scrubbing passes (by this I mean if you were to do them on a bathroom scale you would barely move the needle) and so you can do them easily very fast, 2-3 per second.
Now fully in 15 minutes you can zero one side, 30 minutes for both.
This isn't the SPS-II stone that is intended to be used for major work of course there are lower grit stones (I have them) this is just done to get cut/speed estimates.
However the more interesting thing is that :
-after just 2-4 minutes the edge is already at the level of decently thin customs
-at 4-8 minutes it is matching the thinnest ground knives you are likely to see