I always find that when I clean shave and let it grow out for ~3 days, it looks far, far superior to using a beard trimmer without a comb (or with a short comb setting, which is even worse). The trimmer always produces patches and uneven results regardless of technique or trimmer used. I want it perfectly even but growing it out that way is my only choice right now. I keep thinking there has to be a better way to get even stubble (~1mm in my case), also given that I see plenty of men in media and in person with perfectly even stubble and I doubt they grow it/time it that way! I just bought Supply Co's Pro model as it's adjustable up to 0.7mm, but it's useless for what I need as it doesn't use a comb or other blocking mechanism and presents even greater angle-dependence than a trimmer. There would be no way to steadily hold the razor for even length the whole way around (clean shave, sure, but not this). Are there rotary razors or straight/safety ones with variable length combs that would fit the bill? (I feel a rotary one, which flexes to the contour of the face, might ensure the least angle-dependence.) Something else I’m missing here? I really appreciate your help!