My 9.6 volt Craftsman is shot. Actually, I take that back: The drill is just fine. Like new, actually, even though I've had it nearly 6 years. See, I have this problem where I take extremely good care of the items I buy. So, even though my drill looks brand new, as of tonight, it's worthless, because neither of the batteries will hold a charge anymore. And, lucky for me, Sears won't sell me new batteries. It sucks to spend all that effort keeping my belongings in tip-top shape only to have to throw them away due to a minor technicality. OK, so it's an old drill, and it never was all that powerful, but it worked for my needs. The only time I ever longed for more power was when I built a 100 foot long fence. Anyway, I need a new one, like, yesterday. My price range is, to be honest, unlimited. I can say that because my requirements - general household use - will keep the price low. I don't need a super-heavy-duty $500 drill. At the same time, I do engage in a serious project on occasion and don't want something cheap. Any suggestions? I've been leaning towards DeWalt lately for my power tools, but will give serious consideration to any others. I want the best. Who makes it? Oh, and if the manufacturer will sell me new batteries in 6 years, all the better.