“If you have the means, we highly recommend picking one up”
Neither as sought-after, nor as pricey as a Ferrari is the best machine I’ve ever used for crosscuts (within its limitations). This is a print-shop or linotype saw or trimmer. Made originally for cutting lead type, these saws do one thing extremely well: make a dead-square crosscut.
There are no adjustments to tilt the blade or table. The miter gauge (if you want to call it that) runs in a machined groove about 1.25” wide and 5/8” deep. The bar is machined to fit with no identifiable slop in its entire range.
The Hammond glider saws are better known than this style. The Gliders have a sliding table, which is cool, but I doubt more accurate than the sliding bar on my saw.