More Craftsman than anything else although my first set was a 3/8 drive shallow and deep sae Husky set. My big 1’2 in breaker bar used to be a Craftsman but it’s replacement was a Popular mechanics brand briefly sold at Walmart that I got on closeout for $5. it has taken everything I have thrown at it including 3 and 4 1/2 foot pipes as cheater bars without complaint. My favorites are the tools I have found in the road while driving truck, JH Willians 4" and 15" adjustable wrenches found at different times, a 1/2 Snap On. a 5/8 Proto socket. and a 1/2 S_K ratchet. I have about 50 screwdrivers plus 3 sets on miniature screwdrivers. All sorts of torx star , hex, Robertson and Phillips bits. When by big air compressor died last year I just gor a small pancake one because I seldom used the large one for anything but tires in the 20 years since I got an electric impact gun.
I inherited cheao tools from my father in laws sockets and end wrenches that I keep by my basement workbench while the car tools are mostly in the garage. His tools were Dunlap(Sears), sears, and Montgomery Ward, plus I have the usual plumbing, electrical, carpentry, masonry, painting,and gardening tools.
I won’t buy Craftsman anymoreand If I need replacement tools, I prefer to get old American made ones at Car Show flea markets.
I do have one question, has anyone ever found any use for 7,9 or 11 mm sockets or wrenches