So in my swap, I only broke 5 tools, which is not bad considering for most of the stuck bolts, I just used a 3/8 drive ratchet and a cheater bar (top of my craftsmans jack) and not a single one of those ratchets broke. The tools that I broke were a craftsman 1/4 ratchet (some how the thing that you switch to change directions broke off), 2 no name 3/8's extention (one 2-3 inch, the other like a 12-18 inch), and lastly a huskey 3/8 drive 9in extention. (actually an adapter snapped inside of it and is now stuck) So I first go to Sears to replace the 1/4 ratchet. No problem, easy walk in walk out kind of thing. Then I head to Home Depot (only one that sells huskey) Go to the tools department, find the exact extension, then ask some sales person were I had to go to replace it. Then the person asks if I have a recipet (sp?) I'm like, "uh, I recived a set of huskey tools when I bought a huskey Tool chest a year ago, I dont still have the recipet." Person says she is sorry, they only take broken tools after 30 days from purchase with a recipet, and after that, you have to deal with huskey. Garenteed for life my ass. In quality, I love my huskey tools, they feel great, are all polished, have yet to have any of my sockets show the slightest bit of wear. It's just their policy sucks. With craftsman, I have some tools that my dad bought in the sixtys, and I know that if something went wrong with them, I could just drive up to sears, walk in, find the tool, and walk out. Huskey blows this way. This is all.