This may come off a bit "rinky dink", but have any of you bought something that was home owner quality, maybe something that sounded like a gimmick, but turned out to be a valuable asset for doing work commercially? Around this time last year, I needed a chain saw for some tree pruning work, but I didn't want to go all out and buy a Stihl since tree pruning is not something I do on a regular basis. I was told that Black & Decker made a really awesome chainsaw (the Black & Decker Alligator Loppers), and I managed to pick one up for $65 (after tax) from OSH. I've used this thing on numerous jobs over the past year, and it's still cutting like a champ. Best $65 ever spent, hands down. Anyone else have a similar experience? I typically don't recommend using home owner quality stuff for commercial work, but there's gotta be some exceptions to the rules.