Works great, first job was double 5/8ths fireboarding over light guage steel stud, it's pretty decent, I found there to be way too much inconsistency with placing a PR2 bit into the gun and adjusting the depth, too often I found I could accidentally adjust the depth while handling the drill, it should really have a way of locking in. So I removed the PR2 bit and placed a longer Drywall Dimpler bit into it and basically dialed back the depth adjustment and forgot about it. Way more consistent that way. Seems to me that any slight pressure will cause the screw to strip in the lightguage steel studs. Causing irritation at most wondering if the screws deflected on the stud or if your marks were off. Basically push til it engages if in auto mode while holding the trigger and let the screw pull itself in until the dimpler kicks you off the screw. That is if the light pressure required to do this doesn't cause your screw to go crooked off the dimpler bit at first, took some practice to get used to it, worked great, had to pull some misses/stripped the metal hits etc. The Belt hook came loose within a day of use, tightened it back up. Would be nice to see a custom Milwaukee Screwgun tool belt pouch/holder for this drill, that can fit any random tool belt size. Pros: would be excellent for short screws and wood framing, very fast, auto function saves battery power and allows for more drives per charge. Saves your ears from unecessary noise between screw drives. Drives long screws quickly for double layers or thick boards. Big Pro is No bloody cords. Cons: Depth Adjustment inconsistent, (use a dimpler bit), too easy to adjust depth accidentally, instead of that standard drill spinoff noise that you get when you let off the trigger, there's an awkward sound. Drill is bottom heavy with big battery and doesn't balance well in a random drill holster (hopefully one can be custom made by milwaukee. *hint*). High RPM can cause screws to strip the thin gauge steel.