now demonstrates that the current testing methodology and basis of making purchasing decions based on Third-Order Dynamic Range Narrow Spaced is not a sound practice as some radios can clearly produce more audio resulting in the end user being able to ultimately recieve weaker signals on some radios verses others including some of the top rated radios. This is a result in some cases of some radios having superior DSP than others.
Nonsense. It doesn't matter how a radio works internally, what matters is the results. If an SDR gives better results than an analog or analog/DSP radio, so be it.
If an SDR is not susceptible to the same interference types as older radios, that doesn't mean the test is flawed.
I re-read NI0Z's post tonight and see it in a completely different light. I now agree with him, and disagree with myself of last night!