I got this drill Christmas 2012 so I've had about 13 months, following is my review of this drill.
Drill seems decently built, about mid weight compared to other battery operated drills.
Being 20V, it has plenty of power and torque for drilling and screw driving. The catch to this drill is the interchangeable heads. There are quite of few different heads that can be swapped out. So far I have the std drill head, impact driver, sander, multi tool, inflator, and just got the new reciprocating head and extra battery.
I found that Black and Decker has an exact same setup ( I think Searsactually bought them out, but lets them still make), I actually try to buy the B&D ones as they seem to be a few $$$ cheaper and fit. Attachments range from $25-40/45
Decent power and torque
easy to use
All can fit in one carry tool bag
Cost when compared to name brands, decent value for basically multiple tools.
*Inflator is great for a flat tire pumped up when you can't drag out compressor. Takes a bit of time,
but can get tire inflated enough to get to garage.
low battery life- maybe got a bad battery and the clip broke that holds it in drill,
new battery lasts a lot longer.
New battery was half the price of drill
It's a Craftsman, quality has suffered in recent years.
Overall, I would recommend if you are in the market for a mid level drill, the multi tools make it
and overall good value and versitile.