WOW... spot on what I was thinking... I don't plan on buying the Vectoro until they make it cordless... when a tool has low drain and is not usually used in a shop environment, it is so much faster and more enjoyable to use a cordless version whenever possible. Manual dust extraction is the only setback (often needed), but very well worth the trade off to have the freedom of no chord.
I absolutely love my pistol-grip cordless Carvex jigsaw (finally no chord!), and after getting the cordless version of the track saw, there is no going back there either... the bag does an impressively good job most of the time w/o the need to hook it up to dust extraction, but I learned early on that the bag needs to be emptied when about 1/2 full or say bye-bye to a clean work area. Even when I have dust extraction right there, I rarely hook my cordless track saw up to my CT 36 or my Mini... that hose and the power cord on the track saw is quite a pain. Kudos to Festool for doing such a good job @ fixing the worst thing about one of their most useful tools.
Anyway, if my jigsaw were not cordless, I would not like it even 1/2 as much because a jigsaw is a mobile tool for me that carries little utility in a shop setting. A multi-tool is in this same category for me and it always has been... a multi-tool is just not something I'm going to grab for precise work that I'd do in my shop, but I don't think I'm alone in how I use the thing - - - like most people I would imagine, I use mine for very small and quick tasks, and generally it would take me just as much time to hook a corded version up as it would to be done w/ the task w/o a cord. Plus, maneuverability is important w/ this tool in a similar way that a jigsaw requires maneuverability, and again I say, why have a chord on a low drain tool? I don't see Festool making corded drills because drills are low-drain and mobile... lose the cord... PLEASE!!!
Kudo's to Festool. Man you guys have some crazy good engineers there! My first Festool purchase was for about $250, and I was really skeptical and I didn't even buy the vacuum w/ the sander. After about 5 months I now have over $5,000 in Festool and I just hand them the credit card now w/o a second thought. A few tools have not met my expectation (about 15% in terms of dollars), but Festool guarantees you'll be happy with your purchase (30 days), and I take them up on it when a tool just isn't performing like I need it to. I found their lineal sander to be unbalanced, the RO 90 had zero use to me next to my DTS 400 and my 6" Brushless sander, and I hated the shorter hose and the lack of wheels on their CT SYS mobile dust extractor and it also broke and wouldn't hold suction after about a week. The CT SYS was the biggest lemon I've gotten to date (go with the mini if you're considering it), and the RO 90 despite great reviews was inferior to the DTS 400 for detail sanding and way inferior to the 6" brushless for everything else. With the LS 130 EQ I was hoping to replace block sanding by hand, and I almost kept the thing, but I found it just too unbalanced and lacking in pad options for my use... I'd love to basically have a sanding block w/ holes in it, but the balance simply needs to get better either way.
These tools that Festool should make are one of the reasons we keep coming back to see if they've made them yet, right!
I'd love a 4, 6, or 8 battery leaf blower, and I second the grinder.