JC.. I recognize that you said you prefer a corded drill but I suggest you swing by a Home Depot and wrap your hand around a 10.8V Makita. They're small, light, and their Lithium Ion battery lasts quite a long time. I've got big hands and have big corded and cordless drills but find myself grabbing the little Makita most of the time.
It's not the tool for drilling 50 or 100 pocket holes or drilling with large forstner bits. I drag out my Milwaukee 234-6 for those jobs, but for 90% of my work, it's light, has good battery life and the little LED in the front shining where I'm going to drill or drive a screw is really helpful.
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