This Milwaukee 12v Hammer-drill is amazing! I decided to buy it because I've owned their 12v driver for over a year, and love it's combination of compactness and robustness - but missed not having a dedicated drill of similar profile. The Hammer-drill is perfect.
I'm a professional handyman (with 30+ years of experience), specializing in small repairs, and I commute to clients by bicycle. Owning small tools is therefore essential for me. Yet, until a friend introduced me to the Milwaukee line, I was tethered to bulkier tools than I cared for ... which also necessitated lugging larger bags and cases. Now, I can carry most of what I need on my back, in a single tote. (I've been refining and reducing my tool footprint for decades, and have it down to an art.)
So, anyway, the drill. It has lots of torque settings, forward-reverse, and high-low speeds, which are pretty standard. Higher end, it has a clutch release, to avoid stressing the motor; and securely hand-tightens onto bits. The "bonuses" for me, are the hammer-drill function and the work light. Having a hammer-drill in such a small tool is more than I would have hoped possible. It saves me from lugging a monster around for the occasional time I need to drill into concrete. The light illuminates the work surface much better than the one on their 12v driver that I own (and this one actually stays lit for a few seconds after the trigger is released - which is much more useful). What I totally hadn't expected, is that there is even a feature which works like and mini impact-drill, so that if the drill is low on power for driving in a particular screw, it cycles on and off in bursts to get the job done. This has the added benefit that for screws which are going into a dense substrate and require a lot of torque, it helps to keep the bit seated in the screw head.
Of all the tools I've owned to date, this one is my favorite. (There are only a few which have managed to steal my heart.) It's compact, feels extra solid, is powerful enough to do most of what I need doing, and even has features than I would not have thought reasonable to ask for. This is bliss!