Used all. Prefer my Makita 18v lion. Lighter than the Bosch's it replaced. Good general shop drill. For job site the Milwaukee is hard to beat, tough tool. Always good to have a corded drill cause there are just some tasks that cordless is just not well suited for. (ie: Kreg jig). My corded is a 20 year old Dewalt. The newer, higher voltage, drills are better for job sites but get heavy if you are building cabinets all day. It really boils down to personal choices. For hobby use you can go cheap but for all day long use spend the extra bucks.
Haven't bought any new corded drills for years but the Milwaukee magnum I've had for years was and is a good drill. That said, I need 6 Milwaukee cordless in order to keep 2 running. The guy I work with and I have 9 cordless drills and 9 cordless impacts that do the lions share of work for us. We started buying them 7or8 years ago and have only burned up one of the drills- probably from abuse. We have bought about a dozen or so batteries tho.
These are all 18 volt li-ion Makita tools. I would highly recommend them for cordless tools.
Tough as nails and nearly as smart
Good tools don't cost- they pay!