I have done the google searches necessary and have found some who have, but they never really followed up on their results (ie. run-out). I have only seen a complete conversion of a Makita to ER 11 and someone somewhere mentioned doing it with ER16. However, ER11 and ER16 rely on either a 6mm or 8mm Makita collet which seems impossible to find other than in Jolly Ol' England or through Elaire. I was unable to find one through the usual Asian websites that had a good enough product description that I felt sure it would work in my Makita model. You can get Chinesium (as AvE would say) ER 11 with both 6 mm and 8 mm shafts that need to be cut way down here. There is an ER11 that is designed for a 6.35 mm shaft, but you need to source your own and hope it truly fits (harder to find than 8mm). These are also found on Amazon if you want it quicker - I am in no hurry. Then there is this...is it ER11 or 16? My goal was to be able to use at minimum, 10 mm endmills, for more quickly clearing pockets. That required an ER16. Then, I thought as long as I am at it, why not look at ER20. I found this ER20 that requires the addition of an 8mm rod, which is easy enough to find. However ER20 has got me thinking that maybe I am crazy or dumb. Am I? Be gentle. The total cost of this experiment is not much, but I am wondering if just an 8 mm precision collet would be the way to go for faster pocket clearing. However, there are some nice cheap 6 mm endmills I am interested in using and if I purchased both the 6mm and 8mm collets, I could have done the upgrade to ER(WHATEVER I CHOSE) and a complete set of collets for less than the two Elaire collets. FYI: To use ER16 or larger with an 8mm shaft, you need to add your own shaft, but 8mm rod is easy to source.