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I use the autofeed guns. The auto feed screws are expensive but worth every penny especialy if on ceilings.
Pan's unit is nice and fits a range of guns - expensive to buy but less expensive to operate than the Quickdrive unit.
Quickdrive has a broader range of applications (quick change extension) but changing out the tips is a pain. Quickdrive has this little wrench that is hard to fit and if you loose it you are screwed ... actually, I guess if you loose it your not screwed, ... your nailed.
i like the dewalt they seem to have the best drywall guns out there. I would also try a hitachi they make great tools. Dewalt is the one i have tried and would buy if i had a choice. I dont like auto feed guns. they dont seem to push in the drywall just the screw thus causing the screw to not plush the drywall as well to the stud. just my opinion.
I recently read an article about construction efficiency that basically concluded a 30% time saving was found by using cordless screw guns. This seems possibly a little optimistic, but certainly food for thought. With the recent proliferation of excewllent quality cordless tools I haven't seen any mass-produced cordless drywall guns - has anyone else?