I'm new to Everlast welders have always run and had Miller equipment. I retired from BOC gases which is now known as Linde Inc which is a world wide industrial gas company. I started welding as a kid in our shop on the ranch with a Forney buzz box stick gluing ranch and farm junk back together. Was in the trucking business as a owner/operator before going to BOC as a field service tech. We did tons of work with the electronics co's in northern Calif and all over the country all stainless tube supplying cryogenics to customers. Service truck had a Miller bobcat and I carried a Miller Maxstar tig with a water/cooler also a Miller suitcase mig setup to weld tank pads down. I retired in 09 and started doing art pieces with horse shoes, started with a Miller Multimatic 211, then up to a Multimatic 220 just sold it and purchased a Everlast Lightning MTS 275 along with two mig guns one 10ft for aluminum and a 15ft along with the 25ft tig torch setup. Haven't received the 275 yet, can't wait to run her through the paces. Around here I'm the local fab and weld most anything go to person along with the horse shoe pieces I make. Lots of aluminum horse trailers around here to stick back together.