I'm pretty new to Festool, but I've been overspending on tools due to an upcoming move to Hawaii (Thanks to the Navy) and fear of not being able to continue my tool addiction due to exorbitant shipping costs.
Other than a good start on the Green Kool Aid, I've also been upgrading my hand tools from Craftsman to mostly German made stuff.
Here are a few of the highlights I think ya'll would like if you haven't seen them already:
Felo ergonomic screwdrivers. A little pricey, but they're rock solid on screws, no issues with cam out, and the darned things are just comfortable.
Wera Zyklop socket wrenches. Man am I loving these things; I'd give a lengthier review, but youtube can probably sum it up better than I can:
The only 'downside' is that they don't come in a systainer. The quality and thought that's gone into these things is over the top, the handles are much easier on the hands than my Craftsman, they're super fast to use thanks to the rotating head design, easy to lock the extensions/sockets, and the sets are laid out in a very small footprint with just about everything useful crammed into a tiny space, (pretty handy for someone who has to move everything they own every 3 years).
Lastly, some pliers from NWS and Knipex. I don't have anything to compare with the NWS pliers/needle nose/cutters. I can't find any faults with the maching and finish, and the handles are comfortable, easy to grip without hurting my hands, and easy to clean. The Knipex plier wrenches are just cool, (I think even the likes of Snap-On has contracted Knipex to make some of their pliers).
Not sure if this is at all helpful to ya'll, but I figured Festoolians wouldn't mind being pointed to a few top end tools, (at least in my opinion).