Skeets, like Sparky and Ed said, I know a few folks happy with a battery saw.
For what it's worth, sometimes if I just need a few little twigs, I put a "pruning" blade on my Milwaukee 18v reciprocating saw. Sometimes use it when chipping, and need to cut little forks off, etc. so they fit in my little chipper. Don't have to fart around with starting a gas engine each time I need it.
I think there's 3 blades in the package, and got them for $10-15 years ago.
(The Irwin blade is for splitting turkeys long-way so I can grill them...
I've got a Stihl 046 Magnum at 77 cc's and a little Stihl MS211. I use the little one more often as I get older.
Sometimes for little jobs the recip saw works fine, as I always have the batteries ready to go. The reciprocating saw is in the drawer with the rest of the Milwaukee tools that came in the kit.
I'm less apt to cut myself with that, too...