I need to buy another torque wrench. My current one, a Snap-on, is a 3/8 drive and only goes to 100 ftlbs. So I am looking at a 1/2 drive that goes to 250 ftlbs. All the rest of my tools are Craftsman. I don't earn a living with my tools. They are for weekend warrior work only and Craftsman is all I can afford for most of my tools. (BTW I do not want to start another Craftsman vs Snap-on vs Matco debate here) I decided to buy the Snap-on Torque wrench because at the time, maybe ten years ago, the Craftsman versions were really crappy. I looked at Craftsman again because this new wrench is gonna be over $300 from Snap-on. Craftsman's current torque wrenches appear to be different than the ones that I remember were junk. Their wrench in the same range is nearly half the price. Are they still junk or are they ok for my level of use, wrenching on my own trucks?