Hi all, I'm looking at purchasing a twin pack of a combo drill and impact driver, for DIY home use, and looking for opinions on what's on offer. I will be using them for home DIY, but I also do a lot of work on my own cars, so would use the impact driver to zip up bolts before I properly torque them up using a torque wrench. My uncle in law pointed me towards the DeWalt twin pack that Screwfix has on offer, as he uses this day to day as a plasterer / builder for the past 3 years, and can't fault it (other than buying a higher Ah battery): DeWalt 14.4V 1.5Ah - £150 (was £200) http://m.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dck2...bi-drill-impact-driver-xr/35109?filtered=true However, looking at other makes on offer, there are 18V options, as well as other 14.4V options available for under the £200 mark - I was looking to spend about £150, but happy to go to £200 if it means a better product in the long run. Erbauer 18V 2.0Ah - £140 http://m.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-er1...combi-drill-impact-driver/7201g?filtered=true Hitachi 18V 1.5Ah - £170 http://m.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-kc1...combi-drill-impact-driver/2283f?filtered=true Bosch 18V 1.5Ah - £180 http://m.screwfix.com/p/bosch-18v-1...combi-drill-impact-driver/2903f?filtered=true Bosch 18V 1.5Ah - £190 (same as above?) http://m.screwfix.com/p/bosch-06159...combi-drill-impact-driver/2525h?filtered=true I know on paper 18V is better than 14.4V, and a higher Ah gives more battery life, but we all know it can be different in the real world due to manufacturers of the tool and batteries. I was hoping someone might be able to offer some advise on things like makes to stay clear of etc. I'm not interested in what the tools come in (bag, box etc), as that will just get binned or thrown in the loft - why don't they offer packs without all the packaging? Cheers!