In the end, ask yourself what situations you will be in 70% to 80% of the time, suggests Kuyers. "That's what you should base your decision on," he says. "Don't try to get by with something that is too small. Even though it may be able to do the job, it takes too long and you wear out the machine. But don't buy a huge piece of equipment if you don't need it, because you won't be able to utilize it as much."