Hi Shane. My personal favorite and hadn't had a problem with them is the wood line brand. If you want to go and get a good look at them I also been looking and have a few of them is the Bosch bits. For bigger bits I enjoy going to grizzly they aren't that expensive and I had some of them for 3 years they are 1/4" that is a good place to look also. I don't think anyone at least not myself have choosen one type of brand. I have some more where I don't even remember where I got them. But grizzly or wood line and bosch they are the three I intend to stick to.
rh111 - I use the MLCS bits and find they do a good job. Their Katana line are their better bits but do not have the variety of styles as their other ones. I would have to say they are very good in service also. I had a bit from them I thought for maybe 8 months and used it only 3 or 4 time when the head snapped off. I contacted them and they looked up the purchase which to my supprise was two years past. They did not give me any problems just sent me another bit now question ask. Very nice and quick service I would say.
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