Once you start using the sq.drive screws you will stop buying the Phil.drive screws,,you can get the driver(s) from the DeWalt service center , form 1 1/4" to 12" long ones..at the right price most are the snap in type but you can buy the standard screw hand type driver as well
Unlike the phil.type the sq.drive will not cam out
it's neat to put a screw on the end of the 12" driver and it will not fall off,,unlike the phil.screws with or without the magnet tip driver..
You can buy the sq.drive screws off eBay for a song in the bulk,,then you should have a life time of screws...or you can buy them from the big box stores but they are very high in price,,,if you have a bolt and nut supply store in your town it's good place to get them for the right price,,
but always buy them by the box 100/1000 per.box or bulk .ask them if they have the wing head type it will cut a counter sink hole at the same time the screw is put in place ,they should have the pan head (in both types, F & C ) as a stock item..
As you can see I'm sold of the sq.drive screws and I think you will be too once you have some on hand..
I'm going to start working on my first router table build to go along with the purchase of my new router, and it seems pocket holes are the way to go for fastening the table together. The few woodworking projects I've done in the past I've fastened with lag screws and washers, but this probably isn't as fast or convenient as pocket holes are.
I'm going to pick up a Kreg pocket hole jig today, and I had a question about the screws. I see that Kreg makes special pocket hole screws that cost more than the generic woodworking screws at the store. Will I have any issues with using normal phillips head screws with the jig kit? What precisely should I be looking for in screws? (my router table will be mostly constructed out of 3/4" stock poplar).