Have been looking at getting the Porter Cable 23 gauge pin nailer for fine trim work. Has anyone had experience with this tool? I'm wondering if there are issues with driving the pins straight in to anything other than plywood or pine. The idea of securing fine/thin mouldings and trim with more that just glue seems great. Of course the 18 gauge splits most thin stock, but even those sometimes won't drive straight if the grain curves. Of course the length on the 23 guage is only 1/2", 3/4" or 1" so your not going that deep. But $120+ is a lot if it doesn't work that great. Any experience?