I agree, just not there yet..For $350 they better be pretty close to perfect. They aren't.
I just watched a review by the Concord Carpenter, he made a lot of apologies for its shortcomings. Another review I saw compared it to a *gasp* Ryobi, and the Ryobi spanked it. Only thing better about the Milwaukee was no ramp up time.
Like I said, I'll stick with pneumatic until they get better and/or cheaper.