I have Mafell, some Festool, including the 12v drill - the Lidl 12v is similarly handy, and lighter weight - very handy, (but doubtless of limited life). Funtionally good - cabinet, not carpentry tho. Bought 2 last year in sale @£14 with charger and battery. The 20v drill does need the side handle! power to spare, as also the impact driver, quite impressed at the price. The tracksaw has a tiny bit of slack in the bearings, which probably explains why it's cuts are not as good as the Mafell. All the same, more than good enough for carpentry. On splintery ply double cut, first at 3mm, then full depth. The adventurous can make a further improvement by making the 3mm cut from the far side - ie a climb cut. Just make sure you set the depth to no more than 3mm.... Thought it would do for rough work, but a bit better than that. Supplied track is not much use, you need to go Festool for that.