Is the drill I mentioned in the subject line a good "general purpose" household drill? I already have a lightweight, battery operated "convenience" drill (which doesn't quite have enough torque to fully seat a 1" screw in a 4 by 4).
I'm think that a good wired drill will last me a good long time, longer than the battery in any battery operated model. The Milwaukee 0234-6 received very good reviews at amazon.com. I lack the experience to know whether this is possibly "too much" drill. Is this a decent drill to use for simple woodworking and household use? I noticed a reviewer faulted it for not having high enough RPM (0-850). Is this drill much heavier than a 3/8" model? Should I possibly choose a 3/8" drill instead because it would probably be sufficient? For the marginal difference in the price of this tool, I'd rather have "good" than "good enough".
Thank you for any comments/suggestions, Bill