Summary: I've only had it a couple weeks, but it's been great when I used it. Light weight but strong enough for my purposes (building and installing laundry wall cabinets). Even used it as wood drill on small job and it did the job (although I wouldn't recommend for any heavy drilling work - used 18 V drill for the holes and then the Hitachi 12 V to put screws in. Even tried one without predrilling (special screws into sheetrock and wall studs) - worked fast and easy.
Summary: Has plenty of power for the compact size. A very useful tool for most general household projects. An area for improvement would be a locking chuck, it takes both hands to lock in bits. Otherwise, tool meets all expectations.
Summary: Could use another 50lbs of torq when it gets an update next. Slightly worried about durability being so light there is a lot of plastic. Overall good drill for small job. Seems fine so far with screws 2" or less and self tapping sheet metal screws. Also good with drill bits 1/2"and less. Haven't tried to do anything bigger with it yet.
Summary: Bought the product because I have the matching driver. A little under powered but is good for small jobs. Isn't bulky and can get into smaller places. Found extra battery in the clearance bin at Lowes.
Summary: This drill is better than I thought it would be. Small and easy to get In tight places light weight plenty of power charges fast normally 15 to 20 minutes. The storage case has plenty of room. The only reason I didn't give it a five is the LIGHT, the chuck blocks it from shining on the end of the bit or drill in it either that or something is wrong with the one I have
Summary: This is my second drill of this model as the first failed after only about 10 hours of use. I returned the tool and they replaced it with this one . All seems well at this time . The feel of this drill is excellent.