Please note that this is my FIRST oscillating tool, so I have nothing to compare it to.
I went to the local Lowe's with the intention of purchasing the Dremel Multi-Max tool, however because they were out of stock I was able to get the Rockwell version for a little bit lower price ($89 + tax, $99 - 10% military discount).
I'm not in a profession that uses this tool and not wealthy enough to hire one so most of the work is done by me. That said, my review would be for someone with beginner to intermediate experience with an oscillating tool.
Overall,I find it a good tool for the money and hope this review helps.
Plenty of power for cutting through 2x4's and drywall (which is all I have used it for so far), so i'm sure it won't have any problems with the remainder of my projects.
Good length power cord
It has a nice locking system, but me not reading the instructions first gave me some trouble. After you get it to the tightness you need, you actually have to flip the handle to be able to easily lock it in place.
It only comes with a few blades, and the tile grout tool isn't one of them.
I have not tested it, but researching found that other brand accessories won't lock into place (not truly universal). Not sure if it does matter, but I won't be the one who tests it out. ([...])
Rockwell blades are $10 for an individual (lowes.com), but you'll save money by buying in bulk.