Now that I have a new house, painting has become a thing that happens far more often than it used to. While some older folks will stick to brushes for even a whole exterior of a house, I prefer rolling a majority of my painting. I only use brushes for just areas a roller won't reach. My one complaint about rollers is some of the get caught up at moments and don't really "roll" but slide. Cageless roller frames help eliminate the problem as they roll far easier than a simple basic one. My best one is one by Purdy and I have another by Shur-line. But they're both about as good and they'll last a long time as long as you clean them, Next time you need another roller fame find one that is cageless, it makes a big difference to me.