Hey guys, I’m looking to buy a new tabletop drill press. I have about $250 to spend. I am looking at the table top models because by garage is small and space is at a premium. I mainly will be using this for woodworking projects, but may occasionally need to use it for light duty metal work or various household projects. I would like to buy the best quality tool that I can, as I hate tools that don’t work well, are difficult to use, have poorly laid out controls, etc… But, my biggest turnoff for shop tools are ones that are inaccurate. I want a tool that, in this case, will let me bore straight and true holes, and let me create mortise & tenon joints, etc It's here my interested: HICO-DP4113 If you're a Hico owner, would like to hear your experience with the durability and how they compare to other drill press you've tried. Thanks for any replies.