The AE tools are a great choice, IMO, for the money. The tips are made well, and the smaller ones have held up longer than my Dynamite or Integy tools. AE also offers the ball hex sets, which are great for getting into odd spots on a chassis.
The MIP tools are another great choice. The only downside is the tips are non-replaceable. You can send you entire tool back to MIP, and they will regrind the tip onto the shaft.
If you can afford them, get a Hudy set. You may also want to look at Hard Tools - http://www.phenixdist.com/index.asp?...ATS&Category=7