I have a variety of drills, both corded and cordless (with a dying battery, sigh) would need replacement soon :-(
I have two Shop Vac, the big one resides in the garage and is used in conjunction with my dust collection system. The smaller one reside in my hand tool shop for general cleaning.
My small circular saw, 6 in blade, is used in conjunction with my cutting grid, to break down large sheet goods. Much more safer than manhandling sheets on the tablesaw by yourself.
2 super HD knock down saw horse which normally uses three 2X4 across while cutting. It is sometimes used as an assembly table in the shop, but I normally I set it up outside to cut stuff.
After making do with a P.O.S. Craftsman Best jig saw, which leaked oil and a scroll head which keep unlocking, finally bought a real good one. A Bosch 1590 EVS, now that is a real saw! Smooth, precise, blade does not flex in hard use. Love it
My first router was a 1Hp Sears 1/4 in 35 years anniversary model. Worked good except, that the stupid collet is machined on the motor shaft, not replaceable. When the collet started to slip, it was toasted. That's what got me started collecting and using molding planes instead.
A few years back, I needed a router for a small job, so I bought this Bosch Colt hand held. Very nice piece of kit. I like the few Bosch tools I have, very well made German engineered stuff.
B&D 4011 1/4 sheet finishing sander
Dewalt 421 5 in ROS
Porter Cable 371 small belt sander. Only annoying thing is that the belts are not available locally, I buy them in the city. It uses 2-1/2X14 in belts.
In the joinery department I sometimes used biscuit, I have 2 models.
Dewalt DW682K. Uses mostly when making large panel glue ups. Also made the occasional kitchen cabinets with it when I rebuild the kitchen island in a previous house.
And this small guy, Ryobi made, Craftsman. It uses very small biscuit R1, R2 and R3.
Comes in handy to reinforce small frames.
Having been thru numerous house renovations, I also have tools like sliding tile cutter, reciprocating saw, 4 in grinder etc.
And that's about all I use in my woodworking, power wise. Like I said, I am mostly a hand tools woodworker these days, these are my tailed assistant :-)
I also have 2 compressors and a small collection of air tools. I want to get a small 23 Ga micro pin nailer next.
Bob, the tool man