I need a jigsaw. I've been looking at the cordless Dewalt DCS331, it's £120 for just the unit with no batteries, charger or case. There is a corded version though for only £12 more, the DW331KT which come with case and all the little gubbins. Seems an obvious choice really, but maybe not. The freedom of not have a cable trailing behind and not having to have an extention lead dragged into the garden/shed/wherever is very appealing. I know when I have to put a hole in the wall and I get out my big drill, the cable makes it that bit more awkward. I also need a new combi drill as my old 14V bosch is really past it's best and quite underpowered. I will very likely be getting a dewalt and there are 2 for £150 i'm considering: latest DCD792D2 which comes with 2 2ah batteries or a slightly older model DCD778L2T that comes with 2 3ah batteries. I could probably stretch to getting both the driver and jigsaw this month for a cordless combo. Jigsaw will be used for odd bits of diy, furniture building (pine or laminate most likely) and some moddimg of course Have you has experiences with both corded and cordless and what do you prefer? If on a cordless would you go back to corded? Do you think 2ah battery would be sufficient if I have 2 that can be swapped around?