I just finished this little rig, took all of about 2 hours and $10. I am blown away by the performance, I used 2N2222A transistors instead of the 2N3904s recomended. I also added volume control and a 600kcs RIT switch. So far I have been heard loud and clear 10klms away and can receive SSB very clearly, it's very stable as well. For an antenna I was using my 80M dipole and a tuner I built inside of an old computer case. I haven't worked a QSO as of yet because I am using a colorburst crystal and here in Australia cw usually stays down at the bottom of 80M so nobody is looking on my frequency. I am ordering a crystal in the cw portion of the band so that should increase my chances. My friend is excited and is building his own Pixie 2 and we are both building BITX20's. I'm also including a picture of the QRP Random wire Antenna tuner I'm building, it has a AM tuning cap in it but I am changing that to a small air gap cap, and also changing the Phono plugs at the back to BNC. ANyway, back to the soldering Iron.