I just found out about it here the other day, probably when you saw it too.
I think of it as a luxury tool. You will still need a spot weld cutter of some sort. The Steck tool must be used with an air hammer. The standard tools that come with an air hammer will do you for many projects. I do see the Steck tool doing a nicer job in some situations. Sometimes the air hammer and standard tool (and the panels) get in the way of each other, that's when the Steck tool will help.
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