Too many get sucked into thinking they need Milwaukee quality for home use. Most times the home user that uses these tools three times a year couldn't wear out the cheapest junk on the market in 25yrs if you take care of it. Then there's the other school that says you only need to buy a good tool once. Usually you can tell if a powertool has any guts as soon as you pick it up. If it's feel light and cheesy the first time you pick it up more than likely it's junk.MEANMACHINE said:I'm thinking of buying a set. Drill, circular saw etc, What brand do you think is best and what type battery?