I put the hammer drill driver thru the paces. My insurance company bought me a brand new 28v set again to replace the one that sat under water. When I made it after nearly 24hrs underwater. I pulled the battery without running drill for another 3-4 day's. Not only did the drill, charger, and batteries work its still working 5 yrs later. The new one has never been used sitting in storage. I honestly can't believe all this drill had gone thru and still kicking out nearly full power. I have even used it when mixing mortar for tile work, and you know there is no way in keeping it from splashing all on or in the drill, but it will not stop. Some people can't be pleased, I can't see a reason I would get the best working tool in production, and everyone else's not up to par. I haven't used any Milwaukee tools at work or home that has failed me. I have let the smoke out of plenty dewalts, since they seem to be on most jobs, but when I do. I have the boss replace mine with Milwaukee and it has never been replaced after.
Been waiting on a great rotary tool even a corded one for longer use and 28v led light to come to Milwaukee to beat out Hilti 22v led. I would log back in and add photos of all the mortar permanently on the drill. But I don't know if i am able without a log-in.