Glad to hear they are sounding good. The one thing that I don't like is the upgrade stages of that radio.
I thought since its a SDR they were going to be able
to upgrade from model to model. Not the case.
They can't even upgrade fro the 100watt version to the 300watt version. They are going to be making all these models and none will upgrade other then some
of the software can be used on diffrent models.
From what Ive been reading on the HPSDR site thats not
what they want SDR radio to be about.
They are working on a system like the old Apple computer days where you can plug in boards for what features you want and upgrades of even the hardeware.
Now thats a real HPSDR radio. I think they are really on to sometime with the HPSDR group.http://hpsdr.org/
They gave a talk at Dayton and its on their site .
Take a listen and learn.
Also take a look at what this Ham is doing with some SDR software using his old TS-850sat.http://www.wallawalla.edu/frohro/SDR/SDR-Shell/
Things to learn about SDR done the right way like
the HPSDR group is doing.