Well I am now the proud owner of a home and I completed my first adventure last night by crawling under the house and running TPS cable for two new powerpoints. It's surprisingly cheap if you run the cable yourself and I think I could get addicted to adding new powerpoints.
I've currently got a circular saw and a jigsaw and a Ryobi drill (with a holesaw). I've also just purchased a Ryobi Recip saw to help with the pruning and other bits and pieces around the place. I'm finding I want something a bit more accurate then my circular saw for sawing wood for various projects, at the moment it's a pain having to clamp everything down and clamp a guide rail down for every cut on my circular saw.
I see you can get drop saws, table saws and mitre saws (though these seem the same as a drop saw). Can anyone tell me what I should next get to increase my capabilities with DIY projects? I'm entirely self taught, so it's all a wee bit confusing.