Hi all, I'm after a corded drill (not SDS), after I burnt out my old Bosch PSB 680 RE. I wasn't too impressed with the longevity of the Bosch drill, I never used it heavily, and then on the one occasion that I did have to drill a load of deep holes into wood, it completely died on me after approx 50 holes. The Bosch drill was also my first keyless drill, and I found that drill bits would slip quite often, causing me to stop and tighten the chuck repeatedly. I dunno if this is a common feature of all keyless drills. I'm looking for a really tough drill that will last me a few years before packing up on me. I've currently got my eye on the Dewalt DWD024K-GB or one of the drills from the Bosch Professional GSB series. /p/dewalt-dwd024k-gb-701w-electric-percussion-drill-240v/59025 /p/bosch-gsb-16-re-750w-electric-professional-percussion-drill-240v/94479 I'm not in the trades myself, but I do use a drill often enough for it to be able to handle heavy use. Must be corded and non-SDS. Budget is around £100, but can stretch if there's anything exceptional out there. Many thanks, CH.