KEEP ON DRILLIN'
There are all kinds of reasons to buy a cordless drill: adding shelving in a closet, assembling mail-order furniture, or simply making holes and driving screws with speed and minimal effort. How much to spend depends largely on the intended use. Bigger holes or screws need bigger bits, which require more torque -- in other words, a more powerful and costly drill. That said, Cheapism.com's research into cordless drills under $150 found that the best ones have enough power to handle most home and DIY tasks. Here are eight worth considering.