Blades with anti-kickback shoulders can slow the safety brake process, leading to more flesh damage, so aren't recommended.
For an all around good general purpose blade that's a great bang for the buck, the Delta Industrial 35-7657
(formerly the DW7657) is tough to beat at a clearance price of ~ $30 to your door. You get an American made traditional 40T ATB grind with large C4 micrograin carbide, German rolled steel, laser cut expansion slots, in a full kerf width. It'll rival the typical top dogs in this class of blade for between 1/3 and 1/5 the cost (WWII, Gold Medal, TS2000). Considering that by design a general purpose blade compromises excellence in any given task for the convenience of versatility, it really doesn't make a lot of sense tome to spend more in the pursuit of better performance. Better performance is best achieved with dedicated task specific blades....generally a 24T ripper and a 60T to 80T crosscut blade.
Due to their higher top bevel grind and dual side grind geometry, the Infinity Super General and very similar Freud Premier Fusion are better at fine crosscuts and ply cuts than the rest of the 40T class, as well as very clean thinner rip cuts, but are more prone to burning in thicker ripping, and/or if the saw isn't setup really well. The area near the flange of the SG isn't coated to ensure that there's no electrical contract issues to the braking sensors of a Saw Stop saw. These two lean a tad more toward a dedicated crosscut blade than other 40 tooth general purpose blade, but are still good all purpose blades if you dont' try to do heavy ripping with them.