So I decided to go in a different direction. I saw a torx driver discussion on an Internet forum I frequent, and a few people were talking about Wiha so I decided to order one from Amazon for about 26 bucks with 2 day Prime shipping. These Wiha are made in Germany and seem to get universally good reviews.
These Torx drivers seem very well built. I like the grippy, ergonomic handles. Though I haven't had a chance to try to abuse them, the tips look like they will stand up to abuse. A couple people in the thread mentioned above thought that the Wihas were too outside of their budget. Personally I've never regretted having spent extra money on good tools, where I've often regretted not spending enough and having cheap tools fail on me.
Fit and Finish
Overall, good. A few small issues like some rough plastic areas on the handles of a couple of the drivers and a little bit of the beginnings of what looks like corrosion on the closeup of the tip below. Other than those couple minor issues, what the photos also show is attention to detail. The markings and lettering are all nice and crisp.
One thing I don't like, though I won't take away points for, is the cheesy looking bar codes on the back of every driver.
The handles on these drivers feel great in my medium sized hands. The grip is nice and solid, which is the reason I bought this set over the more compact precision drivers. These bigger handles can get a lot more torque.
ConclusionI had never hear of Wiha before a few weeks ago before someone on a hobbyist forum recommended them. They look to be worth every penny I paid for them, maybe 5 bucks each with tax, which seems like a pretty good value for a tool that probably won't have the heat treatment fail and strip the driver.
The larger handled versions like these go into the bigger toolbox. I will probably get the precision versions next.