I've had an earlier version of the Bostitch that you posted the link to. I've owned it for probably 8 years and can't remember it even having one jam or miss fire, unless it was empty. It's probably seen about 7,000 staples in that time. I bought it for installing insulation, and then used it for upholstery. My manual stapler that I bought just before going to the pneumatic, that I used along with the pneumatic version, was borrowed 2 months ago by my son to insulate one large room that he has gutted and is now re-insulating. He informed me that he had to buy another to finish the job because the one that he had borrowed isn't working well. I offered the pneumatic, but he said he didn't want to haul the hose and compressor around, and that he was almost finished with insulating anyway. I believe him, because he respects tools, especially when he borrows them. I'll likely get my old one back, plus the one that he bought, because mine broke while he was using it. Both manual staplers are Arrow brand.
Central North Carolina