I've sent my Milwaukee batteries off for replacement due to the recall. I was told yesterday by Milwaukee that I should expect to wait three weeks or more to get my new batteries. I use my 18v tools almost every day and can't go without them for that long so I was thinking of buying either an extra battery or two or buying another tool that comes with batteries. I haven't purchased any Milwaukee tools since I got this set in about 2002 I think. Is the quality of the Milwaukee cordless stuff as good as it was then or has it dropped since they were bought by TTI? The Milwaukee tools I've got now have been great and I've had no problems with them but if the current tools aren't what they used to be then it might be time to change brands. In the mean time I've gone back to using my old 9.6 Makita which is getting me by for a drill but won't work for my cutting needs. It's amazing how long those old 9.6 stick batteries last compared to the new ones, 10 years old or more and they still hold a pretty good charge. John
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