Bit of a DIY dilemma - I had a Black & Decker quattro which is a rechargeable multi tool (drill, screwdriver, sander and jigsaw). I don't do a lot of DIY (none in the pass 3-4 years!!!!) but now find I need to do something simple - however, on dusting off the tool, I find the battery can't hold a charge and I need a new drill - Current task is to drill a few holes and hang up new curtain rails. I am debating between a cordless (do I want to be stung again? or has it improved?) vs a corded. Machinemart has what looks like a good corded Ryobi for 63 quid including 200 drill bits and pieces (http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/p...mmer-drill-special/path/end-of-line-clearance) and then stumbled upon a Ryobi starter kit rechargeable for a good price (drill and jigsaw, two batteries and charger) for 100 quid (most places advertise around the 150 mark for this. http://www.screwfix.com/prods/96817/Power-Tools/Kits/Ryobi-One-Combi-Drill-Cordless-Jigsaw-18V Both seem good and I must admit I don't do a lot of DIY if I can manage it - but when I do some I would like to have a good tool for the job as it makes it a lot easier.