Share your experiences and opinions about this tool.
I own it, got it in a ryobi set. It's lasted several years of primarily "repair" grade use. it choked once from cutting through two layers of drywall to install skylights. After taking some time to clean it, it was back up and running again. Nowhere near as poswerful as my corded Milwaukee Sawzall. Decent and cheap portable.
It works about as good as you'd think :)
Probably good to zip something off, not for real work
I wouldn't spend money on it. The makita is twice as useful