Most of the time I have a utility rip blade on. It works for most jobs. Usually a thin rim one to save wood. I have a glue line Freud thick rip on now. I just finished making some trim molding and I didn't want to joint them or sand very much. It was pricier than most of my other blades and it wastes a lot of wood so it's time to take it back off. I do and will always switch over to melamine blades and fine finish crosscuts when the situation requires it.
Having one that does both good rips and pretty good crosscuts would save me time when working in solid woods so switching to that blade when I need to replace the ones I have now seems worth trying and I have been hearing good things about both Ridge and Tenryu but wanted to hear from people I know are actual users. Seeing Woodpecker selling the Ridge stimulated my curiosity to ask. Woodpeckers tools are good quality, albeit over pricey, so I couldn't see them recommending a blade that didn't match those standards.
Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.