After a year or so of literally beating the heck out of the popular 11-in-1 by a certain other manufacturer, I decided to give it a rest and give the Milwaukee version a shot.
I went for their take on it mainly for the ECS bit vs the torx bit, and the half-inch nut driver included in the handle.
The bits held up well from use, particularly the ECS, but the shaft was some what cumbersome to get back in the handle compared to my previous multi-driver; It seemed to only go in if rotated just right, presumably due to the half-inch nut driver integrated in the handle. Speaking of which, that ultimately proved useless: My main use for half inch was with 5/16 nuts on strut straps and occasionally in panels, neither of which would have the clearance needed to stick the entire handle on to actually drive it.
The biggest issue I had with it was just the durability of the handle itself-- It seemed somewhat cheap compared to what I was using before. With my previous multi-driver, I had regularly used it to pry stuff open, use it as a chisel with my side-cutters, and various other tasks you are not supposed to use it for. Despite that, it is still fully functional, if a bit worn, after nearly a year of heavy use.
I used the Milwaukee one to hammer down on a lock ring once and took out chunks from the brittle plastic on the back of the handle. After that, I started treating it more cautiously, and started carrying around a ****** screwdriver to use instead-- Which kind of defeated the purpose of the multi-tool saving me from carrying around more tools.
Ultimately, I took the screwdriver back for a refund, and sanded down some of the scars and threw a bit of oil on my old screwdriver and kept using that.
TL;DR, a fully functional screwdriver, but you can't ignore the warnings on how to use it like you can with others.