I'm a beginner, I've recently taken up woodworking as a hobby.
I have a hardpoint tenon saw that I'm just not getting on with. It sticks a lot in the (primarily soft) wood I'm working with. I have a multipurpose hardpoint panel saw that works well, but I won't be using that for joinery.
So my plan is to buy a couple of backsaws: one rip-cut tenon saw, and one dovetail saw (either cross-cut or, if the teeth are fine, rip-cut is likely OK). Does this sound like a good plan? I like the look of Pax saws but their dovetail saws are 20tpi. I'm concerned that I wouldn't be able to hand-sharpen the teeth of a 20tpi saw.
Please criticise and improve my plan.