After helping my father build a shed and admiring how quickly it went using his power tools, I decided I should probably get power tools of my own instead of borrowing his all the time and not doing some projects at all because I don't have tools and would have to borrow his. Anybody have good or bad things to say about different brands? The hardware stores all seem to be having sales on them right now. Sears has a cordless Craftsman set at 19.2V with a reciprocating saw, jigsaw, trim saw (5 1/2 inch circular), drill/screwdriver, and florescent project light for about $200. Home Depot has a cordless Ryobi set at 18V, with reciprocating saw, jigsaw, trim saw, torque-measuring drill/screwdriver, spot-lamp project light, corner sander, and wet/dry hand-vacuum for $150. There are similar DeWalt sets running around for about $350, but my level of use probably doesn't warrant construction-job-site quality--in the total life of my tools they'll probably see what a construction site tool does in two months. Any thoughts about what tools are good to have and what will just sit in the box? Any thoughts about what brands are good or bad?