Right now I use a 80 tooth blade on my DeWalt compound miter, radial arm saw. That saw is used mainly for cross cuts, but some cuts with the grain, on both hard and soft wood. On my Ridged portable table saw I'm also using a 80 tooth blade mainly ripping and some cross cuts, on both hard and soft wood. Is this totally wrong? When doing my cuts on both saws I let the saw to the work and don't rush the wood through.