Siting and monitoring only the 50.125 calling frequency and no having bandscope will cause you to miss working a lot of stuff that is otherwise workable. And now with the WSJT-X FT4 and FT8 modes, even more so. To really do 6M justice you really do need a radio with at least one good bandscope and waterfall, preferably 2, plus 2 or more receivers. One bandscope and receiver can watch/monitor and tune around the CW/SSB part of the band. And then another bandscope plus an additional receiver or two for the WSJT modes, all running at the same time. Been doing that the last couple summer Es seasons on 6M now. Has been supper effective at catching and working things across SSB and the WSJT modes. It has been wonderful never having to pick one mode OR the other, it has always been analog AND digital at the same time.