I'd just buy a rolling tool box at the Lowe's up the street,if they could match the price of the HF one I'd like to get..but all their tools & boxes,are a lot higher priced,now that they took over Craftsman,the Kobalt ones seem to have been either sold off or hidden away,there was a few on "clearance" ,but not the type I want,nor was the price as low..
HF electric tools are hit & miss from what I've heard and read about..
Their welders aren't that bad,some say they suck,but I know guys who bought their 220V MIG welder for under $200 and say they work fine for their needs..and they have used Lincoln and Hobart's at work ,said the HF ones are as easy to use,but their longevity remains to be seen..
Friend bought a "Chicago Electric" 110V metal snips for doing sheet metal,it was $50 at HF,anywhere else a "good brand" like Milwaukee or Dewalt,etc,would be over $150 .
They seem to work good,but he's worried about getting replacement blades in the future--ones for other brands probably wont fit,and HF may not have any in stock,or they may change the brand or design of the tool so no replacement parts can be had..
"It's cheap enough--just buy another one",seems to have replaced quality and the ability to keep a tool for years any more..
I've heard nothing but good about the Predator engines too...