Make sure to have it warrantied real well, at least for a couple of years. Something about the compressors in the new ones seem to know when the one year warranty is up. Just be careful. They aren't cheap and at the one year mark, you don't want to have to pay for a new compressor. Just went through that a couple of months ago with a nicer, more expensive model and brand, that I didn't pick out because I was along for the ride to pay for it and keep my mouth shut when it came to looks, abilities, and price tag. And like a moron paying for it, I only paid for a one year warranty, no extended warranty. And on a long holiday weekend, or actually the day before...Kaplooey. Learn from my mistakes. If you can get a two year warranty in this area, do it. The old ones just seemed to go and go and go. The new ones? They are smart and apparently can not only tell time, but understand it and go on strike, or quit the day before a holiday weekend.