The newer artisan razors are held to incredible specs that in the old days only costly & labor intensive hand fitting could have done, which as we know wasn't. That said, the main factors of blade gap/exposure are where the rubber meets the road. Anything else is mere "gravy". I love my RazoRock .68 Game Changer, but I'd be lying if I said the actual resultant shave was better than what I can achieve with a vintage Tech. Technology however marches on.Quality vintage razors didn't need some click to hold the blade, new stuff will never catch up to proper vintage brass razors. It's like the blues, the best stuff comes from dead guys.