<p>I've read bits and pieces of threads covering the issue as time has permitted, but I would like to ask this knowledgeable group a question about saws.<p>I find myself doing more and more walls and paver projects than ever before, and I need the fastest, most economical method of cutting hardscape materials. Particularly:<p>Pavers<p>Wall Block (Miami, Anchor Windsor)<br>6, 8, and 12" cutwall (sandy creek, Oakfield, etc.)<p>concrete<p>asphalt<p>I do not own a saw at present, and have relied on archaic methods of spliting material or renting a tub saw. I feel like a saw would be a good investment, saving me money and time on every project.<p>O.K. What would be the recommendation for a first time saw? Money is not an issue. I want to buy the right saw the first time. Will a diamond tipped blade cut all these materials I have mentioned? How expensive are these blades?<p>Please advise.