Get the Worx 373
The bpd-201 is £20 more at ts (£135), has 8Nm more torque (50 vs 42) and a 2Ah rather than 3Ah battery. Horses for courses but no accessories. If you’re not bothered by that (and I probably wouldn’t be) then the dewalt dcd795 is probably a better bet with 60Nm, 1.5Ah battery (but brushless which will approx offset the smaller capacity) and £120. Saying all that, I very rarely switch my makita 453 into gear 1 (for max torque), it’ll happily drive unpiloted 5mm screws in gear 2.
It’s a good deal, and you should be happy with it. I’ve gone on to get an impact driver, strimmer and hedge trimmer (each £50-£60 bare) along with another 3ah battery. There’s a wealth of bare tools available at good prices which is one of the attractions of the makita lxt system. Dewalt and Bosch offer systems too (though not sure how extensive but the dewalt flexvolt kit is pretty impressive from what I’ve seen of the chainsaw and brush cutter).
Many thanks - if you had £100 ish now to spend then this is what you’d get? Like many on here I hate not getting the best deal for my money!