I have a beef about a tool I bought a the wood show a few years back. Its a carbide tipped hook nosed hollowing tool with the Savannah brand on it. On the surface a nice looking tool with a 3/4 inch flat bar. A week ago I got it out to work on a greenwood red oak hollow form and the bar started to deform in a bad way, wasn't even putting a lot of torque on it. A closer look revealed the 3/4 inch bar was necked down to 1/4 inch at the handle and the shaft bent at that weakend point. Poor design or material or both.