I ended up buying the entire 80V line. I love all the tools, but I also don't have much experience with other battery tools to compare them to. I bought them all on sale or through ebay, a couple used. I don't like to pay retail for about anything
(well expect some ebike stuff).
Mower - Works great, depending on yard size you might want the larger 4AHr battery. I only use the 4AHr battery to help reduce the wear on the cells. The 2AHr battery would just barely mow my entire lawn, but only after I used it about 5 times to get it broke in. Mine had a wobble to the blade and after some warranty work (they sent a new mower) I figured out the problem, and really, it's a design flaw. The green plastic piece the blade mounts to is weak and can angle the blade if you tighten it too much. I bought a spare piece just in case that happens to the new one.
String trimmer - I wish it spun up faster and had a bit more RPM. Works fine otherwise, would rate it as average. You aren't suppose to use it as an edger I guess, as you can't rotate it, except that you can. It has a hole that a pin goes through to lock in it alignment. But it has a locking coupler anyway to hold it, so I just rotated it without the pin-lock and BAM, I have an edger.
Snow thrower - Worked fine the one time I used it. I bought it in summer (ebay used once, looked new) and we had a bad winter the previous year, so I was excited. Well, it only snowed a couple times and I only got to use it once at about 4in of snow. Way better than my gas one, but it was shitty anyway. 4AHr battery doesn't fit, or at least the cover won't cover it, odd design choice.
Hedger - Awesome, heavy.
Blower - Awesome, heavy.
Chainsaw - Used once, worked fine the one time.
The batteries go on sale periodically, be on the lookout!
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