After the first camp season of hand cranking up our Fleetwood Sun Valley I bought a T-slot adapter and a drill kit off eBay - a Rigid brand with two batts. Worked great but now the batteries are pooping out and I'm ready to replace the drill, since batteries cost as much as a dang drill. Note: I'm super careful when cranking, ALWAYS start and finish by hand to avoid over cranking and causing most grievous damage. When I start I wait for that sound and feel that tells me the capstan has engaged before switching to drill. Seems to me the stat I only care about is torque, does that sound correct? The Rigid is a two speed and I of course only use the slow speed / higher torque setting. Pretty sure it's an older brush-motor model, and that I should spend the extra for a name brand brushless - but any tips are appreciated. Right now a Dewalt model (DCF885C1) seems to be the clear winner for torque, available now for $99 but with only one battery. Seems like one should get the job done though.