I don’t recall the brand name of my first power drill, but it was the cheapest off brand I could find and it only failed after 8 years of frequent use when I attached a bit to it for mixing concrete that it didn’t have enough power to handle. For most home applications, even if you use your tools weekly, you are pretty unlikely to need to buy the best thing out there when it comes to power drills. You are better off looking for a set of mid-range power tools that all run off the same battery type and then buying an extra battery than you are to buy “the best” of everything one by one.
Dewalt flex volt tech is pretty amazing. The same battery that drives lawn mowers can drive your drill, flash light, chain saw, air compressor, etc. if you like using power tools away from outlets or free of cords then I have to recommend flex volt.
I have 11 flex volt tools and 2 batteries. :) never run out juice before I’ve got the other battery charged and the tools are cheaper without the extra batteries.