I have a set of pax hand saws (same company that makes lynx) that I picked up from the finest things a few months ago for around 125 a piece. They are beautiful saws to look at and feel really nice in the hand. Out of the box the cross cut saw was perfectly sharp, straight, and had the right amount of set. Unfortunately the rip saw needed some tuning that didn’t take but a few minutes. I simply tapped the set on the teeth between two hammers and ran a fine diamond plate down the face that it the saw drifted towards in the cut. Works beautifully now and I believe I spent my money wisely. One important thing to note with these newer saws compared to most older saws is the the saws are much much stiffer due to a thicker saw plate and I have found that the rip especially is trickier to steer while in the cut. It will not effect you once you get used to it and start a cut properly on line. I switch up between using vintage and the puppies nearly every day and really enjoy both. Hope this helps!