I've been experimenting a little more with the CaBezels. I've had to improvise with a few of the tools to find what works best for me. The instructions suggest using the end of your acrylic roller to rub the back of the template to form the bezel or cabachon. My clay roller is hollow so I found something else that works just as well. (See note at bottom of this post) It is a stainless steel piece you use to remove garlic and other odors from your hands when you wash with it. I'm not sure if it really works since I've never tried it but use it with my clay instead. I mainly use it as a "slump" mold for larger curved round pendants like the one below. Because it is stainless steel, I can bake right on it. This works well for me as I generally bake my piece, finish the back and then bake it again.
The other tool required is "patty paper" to go under your clay when creating your bezel or cabochon. I don't have this kind of paper and not sure what it really is. I discovered, however, that using a wrapper from my Kato clay underneath works great! I've used this same small wrapper over a dozen times and my exacto knife doesn't cut the wrapper (Premo wrappers tear) when I trim the bezel or cabochon and I can slide it around while cutting very easily.
The CaBezels have their limitations as you can only create your pieces in the sizes and shapes provided but I heard they are working on more designs that will be available soon. I thought they were a little pricey but since I took the plunge and bought the whole set, I found them to be well worth it. They are a lot of fun to play with (almost addicting) and the end results are a real professional finish.
Note: I have since tried using my hollow acrylic roller and discovered it works just fine after all and you do not need a solid roller with a flat end.