In the market for a set of cordless tools to use in the field, so I'm trying out the new Grizzly Pro 20v tool kit. My main cordless tools are Dewalt 18v. I expected there would be some things I wouldn't like as much about them because of the price, but I am generally happy with what I got for the money. Extensively used so far: charger, batteries, impact driver, drill, ratchet, circiular saw, multi-tool. Occasionally used: reciprocating saw, jigsaw. Not used yet: angle grinder, USB charger, inflator, Bluetooth speaker. Batteries last as long as I'd expect they should, I need to buy another extended run battery, dual charger is one-hour for low AH battery and more for the high AH battery. The impact driver, drill and ratchet have good torque and run time but the belt hooks included with all of them have an angle that digs into my side when I hook it on my belt or pockets. The circular saw shoe is stamped steel and is not flat and difficult to get square with the blade. Multitool is excellent for minimal vibration, runtime, tool-less blade change and it's work light. Reciprocating saw is light-weight which makes it jump around excessively. Jigsaw is good, not excellent. I tried to pair the speaker with my phone, haven't been able to connect. A bag, or bags, to contain all of these would be appreciated.