Summary: I've used this drill for more than 4 years and it still works awesome. It has lots of torque and the battery doesn't quit. The battery indicator is a nice feature. I've used this for drilling through wood and cement and driving self tapping screws through metal door frames. The only drawback, it might have too much torque.
Summary: I just saw this same drill on Home Depot's site and decided I would Google it to see if I could get it cheaper. HD has it listed at $299 on sale for $199! These people are claiming the original price to be $500!, looks like a great deal if you believe them. I'm sure it is a good drill. I have never really been disappointed in any of my Milwaukee tools, but that it ridiculous. I'm checking all my prices from this point forward elsewhere before buying on Amazon.
Summary: I was a little hesitant to purchase a refurbished unit, I'm a general contractor and my tools are my life. This thing works great, I typically purchase Mikita and DeWalt. I prefer this one, do to the balancing and positions of the switches. The batter last a long time and the drill performs well. I would recommend this drill to anyone.
Summary: I replaced a Dewalt because of the battery costs with one from Sears. After the Sears broke twice, I purchased this unit. It has the most torque and power than any other cordless unit I've owned.
Summary: Probably overkill for what I use it for but its there if I need it. I got one of these because I used one all the time at work putting up steel buildings. It is probably the best cordless drill out there. The batteries are pretty incredible on these things. I helped a friend put up drywall in his 1000sq ft garage and the battery only lost one of the four bars. Love it.
Summary: VERY STRONG DRILL.... FEELS GOOD IN THE HANDS,HAMMER DRILL WORKS NICE. WOULD BUY TWO IF NEEDED.GOOD BATTERY LIFE AND LOTS OF POWER, BATTERY CHARGES QUICK.LIKE THE LIGHT ON THE FRONT OF DRILL, PROVIDES GOOD SIGHT IN DARKER SPOTS.
Summary: My son traded me this drill for a half-dozen Craftsmen fairly new 19.2v drills of various types, a couple of 19.2v saws, a half dozen batteries, and 4 chargers. I think I got the better end of the deal. He needed the versatility for occasional use, but I needed the power for home remodeling. This is a great drill. 550 in/lbs (vs 400 for the Milwaukee 2601 compact drill/driver)and 29,000BPM for the hammer drill is just right for the sort of work I do.