Which is better built in terms of reliability and longevity, Sears Craftsman or Homelite. Usually I get 2 months out of a Sears, doing maybe on average 3 minutes saw time per work day. I usually get 25 to 30 cc models. One only lasted 6 days and burned out the piston ring due to an air leak. That pissed me off and is making me think of going Homelite. How do they rack up for durability compared to Sears?