You didn't say how limited is your cash, so that kinda limits the suggestions we can make.
Korey has suggested the FT-857D. I've used that radio also, and it's nice. So is the IC-706 series.
If your funds are *really* limited, have a look at older models of 706, pre-"MarkIIG". I've seen Mark II models going for hundreds less than the "G" models. What are you losing? DSP and 440MHz.
There are, of course, caveats.
Small, "DC to daylight" rigs like these have some glaring compromises inherent to the design. The most obvious is close-in performance during crowded band conditions. These radios get *hammered*. The receivers get overloaded and can just sort of shut down. They lack the hardware to improve this due to their design parameters.
The size of the cases prevents clearly-labelled, discrete controls. Things like mic gain and even transmit power are controlled by surfing through layers of menus. K7PEH has already broadly hinted at how frustrating the menu systems might be for some people. Me, I don't have a problem with it. YMMV.
If your available cash is better than mine, have a look at Icom's IC-7000. Lots of folks in my local club now have them and rave about them. I'll probably be picking one up before 2008. Yeah, it's about twice as expensive as a new 857 or used IC706MkIIG, but WORTH EVERY PENNY. It's no ProIII, but for the price and the size it kicks butt. IF-DSP and adjustable filters defined in the software.
You'll want an ATU at some point. I've used products from both MFJ and LDG to accomplish that task with good success - manual tuners from MFJ and autotuners from LDG. Just make sure to get an ATU that is designed to facilitate growing with your station. In other words, if you've a vague fantasy of someday getting a 1kw linear amplifier, don't get a 200w tuner, get a 1.2 or 1.5kw model. (Besides, the larger, more robust ATUs will handle the massive RF voltages of severely mismatched antenna systems with less stress on the internal components.)
Okay, those are my thoughts. Time for work.