Observations: The first feature that was a must was the power source, in this case Lithium Ion battery power. I was a little disappointed to find the cell size is only 1500 mAh, given that 18650 cells can be as large as 3500, and are typically 2600 mAh. Related to that, being USB-C will allow it to charge quickly. I immediately pulled it out and started using it, the video test is done with the as-arrived charge, which is typically 30-50%, as a long term storage and shipping best practice. The twin LEDs at the front are nice, and they stay on 10-12 seconds after the driver stops spinning.
Video Details: I used the Worx to drill into a fairly hard wood (not sure of what type of wood, but it is hard). I used a 1/8" drill bit, and for the first two holes I used my new Milwaukee Surge M12 to back the drill bit out since the screwdriver does not have a bit locking feature. On the 3rd hole, I ran it in reverse to see if it would back it out, which it did, but slowly. This was an informal test, three different size dry wall screws (I think). You can hear the over torque kick in, and stop the driver. This screw driver will excel in machine screws, as well as #6 wood screws, in softer woods. Anything large probably needs an impact driver.
Recommendations: Charge before first use. Lithium will last longer if stored at 30-50%, which is easy to gauge because the charging indicator blinks at the battery level during charging, which is how I determined that at the end of the test, I had only 1 of 3 bars of charge left.
Pros: Dual level case, you can store extra flat items underneath; USB-C charging; good assortment of bits, including a PH0, which shows the screw size this driver is meant to work with; uses standard 1/4" hex bits.
Cons: Small 1500 mAh Lithium cell; lacks a bit locking feature.
Conclusion: At $40, I'm rating this one 5-stars, and will update as I get more run time with it.