Hi, I'm just your garden variety weekend warrior home improvement type. I don't really need professional quality tools in order to make a living, but I also refuse to buy cheap tools as I'd rather pay a little more for quality and get the job done right the first time and not have to replace tools frequently. So while I don't necessarily need top of the line, I don't mind spending what it takes to get a good tool. I'm in the market for a reciprocating saw and have it narrowed down to two manufacturers (Milwaukee and DeWalt), but would like some advice. From what I've looked at, I think I'd be comfortable somewhere in the $150-200 range. First of all, corded or cordless? The portablilty and freedom of a cordless is attractive, but I don't want to run out of juice in the middle of projects. Secondly, which models of each would you recommend. 10 amp, 11 amp, 13 amp? orbital, non-orbital? DeWalt has a 4 position blade which seems nice, but Milwaukee has a model with a 360 degree rotating handle. Can anyone help out?