Like the power category, how you will use your drill will also affect your purchase decision. If you’re only going to be hanging a picture now and then, or maybe doing a small construction project like a doghouse, an expensive, industrial type drill is overkill for you. Conversely, if your drill/driver goes with you on a daily basis and sees use nearly hourly, you should spring for a higher power, higher end cordless drill made for such applications. In between those two extremes are typical homeowners who use their drill once every week or so. Fortunately for that group of people, there are plenty of drills in the middle range of price and power to fulfill their needs. Typically, however, buying the best drill you can afford is a good plan, regardless of expected usage.