Just wondering where everyone weighs in on this. I'm in woodworking for employment and I wireless tools a lot. Personally, I'm a big fan of Milwaukee. Tend to be small, lots of power, tough as hell to break. UMost of my friends are DeWalt users and, in direct comparison, even their 20 volt circular saw chugs going through pieced of wood that my 18 volt Milwaukee flies through. Also, one day helping a buddy mix up concrete for a patio pad he was doing, we mixed about two dozen bags of quickrete using our drills, a dozen each. Some dust got in the gears and whatnot and, a year later, my drill is still working great - his didn't start the next day. The drills are awesome, my multi-tool is just about the coolest tool ever, and the reciprocating saw even cuts through nasty old iron pipe with the blade. My general imrpession is... DeWalt is mediocre, prolific, and cheap. Milwaukee is awesome, durable, but a bit heavy, but great price for how tough the tools are. Makita is the king of form factor - small and powerful. Bosch is the priciest, but the best good in almost every single area. I have no idea how Ridgid and Ryobi are. So, tool users - what's your preference for wireless? I'm an M18 gal, and the red lighting bolt is with me on every job.