Before I describe my saws, let me anticipate your reaction by acknowledging that I don't need ten saws; I want ten saws. My rule is that if I have used a tool from my chest at least a few times in the past year, it stays and, if not, it is relegated to secondary storage. Ten saws pass this test. It's true that I could get along without ten saws and, if I need space for a higher priority tool, I'll cut back. In the meantime, I want space for all ten.
The ten saws are pairs of handsaws, panel saws and backsaws (rip and crosscut), a dovetail saw, a flush cut saw, a coping saw and a dozuki.
I was really scratching my head trying to squeeze all ten saws into the tote, but I managed, except for the flush cut saw, which is small anyway:
Four of these saws were stored in the tills previously, so this really frees up a lot of space in them. The chisels were already there and the panel saws fit, so I left them.
I think I am going to be very happy with this arrangement. The one concern I have is dinging up the handles, but my best saws are in the middle and, if I pay attention, I think I can avoid it.
Here is what the till looks like in the chest: