I have a straight drawknife from Mora. I don't have a horse, just clamp the stick to a work surface. So I don't use the drawknife much. But part of the reason is that many number of the sticks I work on are not terribly straight, and the draw knife doesn't work so well around the twists and bends.
I have several of the Mora carving knives, and I like them. I really like the straight edge carving knife. and still use it fairly frequently.
For a long time I did my heavy de-barking by starting w. a Mora farrier's knife, followed by a 4-in-1 rasp. Currently, I'm using a somewhat expensive bushcraft knife made by a guy who runs a shop called North Bay Forge. The steel is very well tempered, and will hold close to a razor edge even when hacking against wood. I follow that with several sizes of modeler and cabinet maker rasps.