Pro tradesmen are not the target audience for the Matrix Quick Connect System (which is aimed at the DIY market) but it's an interesting idea for a tool.
It reminds me of what Ridgid did when they developed the JobMax. But instead of creating an inline tool B&D did a pistol grip. Ridgid's heads are skewed towards fastening (impact driver, drill/driver, ratchet, and auto-hammer; plus an OMT and jigsaw) while B&D's are skewed towards cutting and shaping (trim saw, jigsaw, OMT, and router; plus detail sander, impact driver, and drill/driver). Ridgid's tool is available corded or 12-volt max cordless; B&D's is 18-volt cordless only. I couldn't help but notice the blade clamp on B&D's OMT attachment; it's a dead ringer for the one on Porter-Cable's OMTs (which comes as no surprise since both brands are owned by SB&D).