Hey folks, I figured I would start a power tools thread because I know a lot of people on this forum are very keen DIY-ers and I've seen a lot of conversations about power tools over the years. So perhaps this can be a combination of "show me what you've got" as well as some advice, tips etc. As some of you already know, I'm going to be moving house at the end of May and I'm going to need to get myself some power tools. It might sound like a simple case of "buy what you need" or "buy what suits," but I want to invest in quality tools that will last me for a very long time. My current tools: A 20-year-old Black & Decker 240v hammer drill. Absolute beast, has done a lot of masonry work. Stanley Fatmax 18v cordless hammer drill - has been an amazing performer, battery lasts forever and it's only 2Ah My immediate needs: Circular saw Impact driver (only if it's worth it I guess) I guess my main question is whether I should start to invest in a cordless system or just buy mains powered tools, which I'm more than happy to use. I often find that when I'm doing jobs that need raw power (particularly masonry drilling) I always go for the Black & Decker and never think twice, but I know that a good cordless hammer drill will work too. I'm unsure about the need for an impact driver as my Fatmax drill was absolutely perfect for the garden fence I did last autumn. I suppose it can be frustrating if you're using a drill both for pilot holes and also driving screws, as repeatedly changing out bits gets really annoying after a while. One last question... is Ryobi a swear word?