After destroying 2 Craftsman breaker bars in the same day, I promptly spent $80 bucks on a Snap On. My time has indeed become money.
Snap On tools are fantastic, but I like many others cant always afford them. Special applications require them, like Porsche flywheel
I have had good results with some SK Tools, but they are not cheap either.
I have mostly Craftsman but as I break em I replace em with something better and affordable like Husky. Some of the Husky stuff is identical to the top end professional Craftsman.
'84 190E 2.3
'83 Porsche 944 (track car)
'84 Porsche 944 (parts car)
85.5 Porsche 944 (sled)