@edsnova, I have some experience with HF sheet metal tools, or as I like to call them, "kits". A lot of their products get you 75% there, but you need to finish up the last 25% on your own.
English Wheel, very flexible, needs to be stiffened up. I welded a box frame around mine, made a new top wheel mount so I can put the wheel on 90 degrees from normal, added a bolt to tighten the fit on the lower wheel raising mechanism. Works real well now. Wray makes a kit to help out these Wheels.
Shrinker/Stretcher. Not bad, tune up the jaws, but difficult to operate. They need foot pedal operation. I built the stand with the foot pedals, much more useful now. I also build a deep shrinker using a set of HF jaws I found on eBay. Lets me reach in much further.
Next up, the Shear. Terrible fit and finish. Totally disassembled, bead blasted back to bare castings. A bunch of time with a hand file to get the gears to mesh nicely. Honed the blades. It cuts amazingly well for what it is! It took them 3 tries to get the blade retention screw correct, see holes in the picture. Lol
Lastly for now, the planishing hammer. I looked at the HF, I thought it was so bad I decide to build from scratch. The zip gun used on the HF unit is weak. Grizzly had a model that used what looked like a needle scaler on it. I bought a needle scaler, removed the needles and got a top die from Grizzly. I built the frame about 50% bigger than HF, and made the mount changeable. I added a foot pedal, got lower dies from Grizzly, and for good measure added an auto oiler.