I've heard different names for the 'groove' that allows drill bits and driver bits to be used in a quick-change-type drill. For simplicity I'm referring to the thing labeled 'power groove' here.
I vastly prefer these because they're fast to change in and out. I need some brad point bits, and I discovered that they are not really available, as a large prepackaged set, with a power groove (or whatever you want to call it.)
Why is this? Is it just a quirk of the world that no one has made such a product? (And if there is one, please do point, the largest 'set' I've seen is a mere 5 piece compared to a 29 piece.)
Or is there something about these types of bits that is a compromise such that informed woodworkers know to avoid them and so such a product is not made.