Summary: Initially I liked the drill, and for the most part it did what it needed to do.(at least for first 2 years) I'm a homeowner, so its not like I'm putting this under a lot of stress each time, or using it a lot, but I have to say it just doesn't hold up with battery charges like my 12 volt Makita has. Those are Ni-Cads, and the Makita has far more power and torque, than these 18 volt LI-ion's.
Summary: I really loved this drill for about 2 years. It had plenty of power for my home handyman uses which included driving screws through treated lumber when building a platform for a garden shed. The batteries lasted well and would charge up before the second battery could run out. It also feels nice and balanced in my large hands. Unfortunately, at about the 2 year mark both batteries started to fade.
Summary: the belt hook is secured to the tool by a tiny screw (and i mean tiny), that goes into a (tiny) brass insert molded (barely) into the plastic....mine fell off....ive only had the drill a short time, so i dont know what else will fall off[...]get a dewalt!