First off I would ask that nobody recommend other trimmers UNLESS they're Stihl, Echo, or Husqvarna (these are what I have dealer support for in the area). Been using a cheap string trimmer so far and now I'm looking to upgrade. I have a Stihl 131R that I run am edger gearbox on full time but I can put the trimmer head on no problem to trim in extreme situations. So I don't have a need for big power. What I really need is something that is lightweight, smooth running, and easy to maneuver/control. Although there's not much to love about my current cheapie, it is relatively had to do any property damage with it in comparison to the Stihl 131R which will flat out break sh*t if you're not careful. The Stihl is also WAY to heavy for regular use IMO. So I've pretty well narrowed it down in my research to the Stihl FS94R, Husky 525L (the nearest counterpart to the 94R IMO), and the 522L (the lightweight option). At first I was dead set on getting the FS94R because that seems like the "go to" option for everyone. Until I found some people saying Husky makes some really nice options as well. Right now I'm leaning more toward the 522 because I don't feel like I need a ton of power but I still have to wonder if I'll regret not buying something with the grunt of the 525 or 94R. Keep in mind this is for weekly maintenance (and occasional cleanup) of residential property. Does anyone have any experience with these that might help shed some light on things?