Bosch are ok but nothing special Krudds. For home use on the weekends, most tools will suffice nicely and don't think you can go wrong with any of them...ok...Metabo are pretty bad. I base alot of my recommendations on heavy use though which says alot on the integrity of a product though. I assume this Bosch you speak of is a 3 mode rotarty hammer drill? Haven't used any Bossh stuff in years (The last one exploded in flames on me...lol) but the cordless Hitachi Rotary hammers are bulletproof, lightweight and use 36v for memory.
Bosch make shit Spark Plugs, awesome diswashers and ok power tools. They are good all rounders. It all comes down to how much you depend on them.
N.B. - Most of my collegues use the cordless Hitachi stuff as I'm yet to convert until my current 240v stuff breaks and base my findings from alot of feedback and trial useage from fellow workers and suppliers/reps.
This is the drill i was thinking of getting...http://www.bunnings.com.au/products_pro ... _4262.aspx
Bunnings have it for somewhere between $280-300.
Being someone who can be very hard to motivate, and not one for planning, i want my tools to be ready whenever the inspiration strikes, the idea of 2 batteries and a quick 1 hour charge time is very appealing.
It's not going to be used to death, but will get a fair workout.
Going by the bunnings catalogue it doesn't have any hitachi stuff.