I've kinda got my heart set on a welder. After seeing the extent of the rust on the burb, it looks like I will need to do some rather interesting repairs. (body repairs, sheet metal, some cab supports, and a few body mounts, some rockers..) I was going to try to use fiberglass to repair, but I think in some areas, some steel will definately be needed. So Im trying to decide whether to get 115 or 230- the garage has 230, so its viable as well. THe question was, is it worth the extra 400 dollars for the dual voltage option? SEcond question was, will a miller 135 suffice, or a 175 is better? I dont want to do work, and then go , "damn, gotta let this thing cool down." I know miller is a well known brand, but is there something better? *update* I found a listing for this: ESAB Multimaster 260 with regulator, mig torch steel/aluminum ready, stainless, mild steel and aluminum spools included. Also does tig. 25hrs of use tops. Good machine wish i could keep it but im trading up. Asking $1800. Up for negotiation. --- This thing lists for over 2300. Not certain how much the spools are worth. Dunno how much it is worth used. I offered him 1200 for it- think I offered too much? how much would you pay for this unit used?