Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! If you're going to give advice, at least make it believable. When you use a tool to help you make a living, having the best tool for the job pays for itself, doesn't break and leave you in a bind. I can buy cheap ZawZall blades for about a third of the price, but I choose not to and go with name brands that are more expensive that will last a hell of a lot longer. Buying a tool from Harbor Freight is all well and good. For some, it's all they need. Trying to convince someone that the tools sold there are the best, is a lie. It has nothing to do with psychology and everything to do with having a tool that will be dependable for a long time, won't break on you when you need to use it, won't wear out after prolonged use and something that can be passed on and still be just as reliable as when it was first had. I've worked with the guys that bought cheap tools, I've seen their boneyard of tools that need to be repaired. And, I've seen them using the best tools available after more was spent on the cheap stuff. Is a 500.00 tool needed, absolutely not. Sometimes, having peace of mind is priceless.