For Christmas I got a welding setup. I also got a welding/cutoff oxyacetalene torch to go with it, but my question is about this Farmhand 115 setup that I got. It was 329 bucks, complete with a welding hood, some gloves, a few vice grips, and a big cart for the welder to roll around on. I had been looking at a Hobart 125, but it was the same price and didn't come with any of the goodies like the welding hood or gloves. It all came from Tractor supply company, and I could exchange this Farmhand 115 for the Hobart without anything coming out of my pocket. But should I? The Hobart can weld up to quarter inch, while the Farmhand one I have now is only 3/16s. I won't be doing any heavy fabrication, just welding on some axle brackets, building some sliders, etc. Should I return this setup in favor of the Hobart 125, or just stick with this one? Supposedly, the guy at the store told them that the same company makes Hobart and the Farmhand welders, but that seems unlikely to me. Any suggestions?