I'm going to be putting in a walkway in a few weeks with hollandstone pavers, probably herringbone pattern with a soldier course for a border. The design calls for a straight walk from the driveway, then a quick 90 turn toward the front door. I'm stuck trying to figure out how to cut the sharp border turn without the pavers looking funny. I've done this many times with traditional clay brick and it looks awesome, but with the hollandstone, any cuts will remove the beveled sides of the paver. Has anyone else ever encountered this problem? How did yo deal with it? I thought about grinding a bevel with the angle grinder, but I'm pretty sure that ground down area will have a very different look than the normal edges and will probably look funny.