Dewalt tools I've owned in the past have always outperformed every other brand I've put them up against. They are rugged and can survive a lot of serious abuse. I purchased an 18v system several years ago and recently donated them to a burglar. The tools in this new set look to be every bit as excellent as the 18v set. The bag however is a different story altogether. Where my other contractor bag is made from stiff, very heavy duty canvas, this one is made of thin flimsy canvas and nylon. The gate mouth of the old bag has steel reinforcements sewn in and has 2 large zippers. It also has many pockets inside and out for storing batteries, tools bits, screws, tape measure, and battery charger. Even the padded shoulder strap and bull snaps are of more heavy duty construction on the old bag. This new bag has a couple of internal pockets with no bit holders, no closeable openings, and no internal dividers to separate items from one another. There are so called pockets on the exterior of this bag, but they are not really pockets at all. you can slip a piece of paper into them, but none are large enough to hold a battery. They are really just strips of flimsy canvas sewn down both sides of the bag. Can someone please explain why there is a piece of paper sewn in with them? No snaps or even Velcro to close them so anything you do manage to put in them is in danger of falling out.There is one feature missing from both bags: Individual compartments for the cordless tools they supposedly were designed to hold. Both bags have one large compartment where the tools are piled in one a top the other. Over time the tools inside become banged-up from being jostled against each other every time the bags are moved.