Hello I posted some pictures of the hammer to see what you installers think. It cuts tack strip, has a magnetic nailset on the handle which can be used as a toe kick nailer, it also creates a gap for your fingers. It also has a reverse nail pull option which holds down the strip as you pry the nail. the magnetic nail set works great for small nails. you can just pop it on the tack strip or swing another hammer for concrete stubbies. I realized I was swinging the hammer very differently when installing tack strip. I use more of a punching motion rather than swinging it in order to avoid hitting the finished trim and hitting the nail as square as possible. (especially for concrete) So I made a hammer to accommodate the way I use it. It speeds up the tack stripping process since you don't need a tack strip cutter. So what do you guys think?