I'm looking for a good cross cut saw, for cutting 1/2 to 1 cord of firewood a year. I split rounds from a neighborhood tree last year, but finding more rounds this year has been scarce. How difficult would it be to cut the rounds myself, compared to splitting them (which is easy)? There is a vintage 36" cross cut on Ebay but it's $180 so far, which might be out of my price range. However, cutting my own rounds for 2 years would pay for the saw. Otherwise there are 32" crosscuts with regular blades for $75-90, or with a tuttle blade for $160. How much of a difference does a tuttle blade with rakers make to a regular blade?