So I installed my grandma's porch ramp last weekend and got hands on with my cousins new little 110v welder. Lincoln 31MP. (Pretty sure it's also sold as the pro-mig 140 mp in non-big box stores) It's a nifty little multi-purpose mig/dc tig/stick machine with a 60% duty cycle. So I decided on the drive home I'd go ahead and upgrade my welder in the shop. I'm a hobbyist that's been using the same beater 100 amp Lincoln flux wire feed for some twenty years. I spent a little time in the welder supply and big box shops the last few days, hours on youtube looking at reviews, etc... all the dilligent stuffs and what not. While I was looking, it's hard not to look at LE's 210MP. I know it's twice the machine in all aspects I don't really want to run a new 220 circuit to the garage, but it'll also run on 110v, but only at a 40% cycle, 220v at 25%. Now I don't have very many projects that require running long beads like that, but I'm also not sure I'll use a 220v machine to its full potential. Price difference is spot on double. Any advice for the guy that hobbies in welding?