I have a couple of the 22x26 US General cabinets. They're heavier steel than my old Craftsman cabinets from the 1980's and the drawer slides are much smoother. I like the shallower drawers for hand tools and the price is right.
Hopefully the introduction of the ICON brand doesn't mean they are discontinuing the US General cabinets as they are actually a good value for the money.
The Icon cabinets are well built and similar to the Tool Truck units but I'm not interested in either one. They cost enough that the depreciation is significant. Just like cars and trucks... they're not worth the price to buy new. I'd buy used tool truck cabinets if I was interested in units like that.
I don't buy HF hand tools. The Borg have Husky and Kobalt with lifetime warranties. I haven't tested whether those warranties are worth the paper they're printed on... If the articles about Lowes and Craftsman tools are anything to go on the answer is NO.
It seems that the Craftsman Lifetime Warranty is not honored by anyone other than Sears. The sale, by Sears, of the Craftsman tool line to Stanley means I will not be buying any more Craftsman tools.
According to news articles Lowes will not warranty older Craftsman screwdrivers, sockets, and wrenches now that Stanley owns the brand and rumor has it that ACE will not warranty the Craftsman hand tools they sell.
According to the same article Lowes will warranty tools if they stock the exact part number in question
. This means they can avoid warranty coverage if they change the part numbers on a regular basis. I'd be willing to bet that they do exactly that.