That list gives a good description of when to choose each saw. I don't do much ripping by hand, so my hand rip saw is pretty much retired, as is my old crosscut, except for the rare occasion. As I said, for me, I like the pull saws much better because I have far more control of my cuts that way, and less blade wander. I use the doublesided pull saw for any big cuts or large pieces of wood, and the smaller pull saw for short cuts or small pieces of wood because I don't need the extra cutting length of the bigger saw. Hacksaws I use for PVC and metal, drywall saw for drywall, and a coping saw for hand scroll work. That's about it, really. Primarily base it on finish, then on what is the most comfortable (or job appropriate for specialty stuff) for the job at hand.