I'm renovating my coffee shop with all new furniture. I'm building everything myself from reclaimed lumber from dumpsters in front of homes being refurbished or gutted. I live in Chicago so a lot of the lumber folks are throwing out is amazing and I just can't let it go to waste. Problem is the lumber requires lots of love to get it to the place where human butts can comfortably sit upon it or it can perform as a counter top surface. Thus far I have burned up a Craftsman and two Rigid belt sanders. All within the $100 price range, I use the belt sander a lot and can't really go to a large stationary piece of equiptment. I do intend on getting a smaller stationary belt sander, but the hand held is my workhorse. Any suggestions as to the best hand held I can get for around or under $300? Please help as my most recent Rigid is on its last leg. Both Rigids bit the dust in under a year.