I now have a Drake L7 amp. I see the 10M mod isn't done yet. Found the data on that, but I need two 68puff caps to make that mod. Nice to see it tunes 160M and the WARC bands (no 30M though). I have heard the power supply in it is weak and won't give the full 2KW it is designed for. The manual says 2KW PEP SSB and 1KW CW. So this won't be that much more than my SB-200. But any extra dBs in a Pileup will help. Currently this is wired for 120VAC, but I see that requires 30A. My AC line in the house is probably on a 20A circuit breaker. The nearest 220VAC is in the garage about 50-75ft away where there is a dryer outlet. Maybe I can juryrig up a cord to go from that outlet, in and around the house and into the radio shack window (where all the coaxes are going) to put an outlet in the room. I don't know if that long a run on 220 will be any better than the stock house 120VAC wiring. NO, I am not going to hire a professional Electrician to put it in. That would be ASTRONOMICALLY EXPENSIVE! We are talking here basically about a 220VAC Extension cord. Will check out the Home Depot to see what kind of money I am looking at. SO FAR, I am getting away very successfully using the standard 110V into the shack to run the SB-200. So maybe I can try the L7 and see if it blows the breaker. If it does, then guess I need the 220VAC Extension cord. Wonder if this L7 can have a tap on the coil put in for 6M? I see that an L7 went on Ebay for $1475!!!! WOW! Might be a good idea to redo the HV Capacitor bank. This amp isn't that old, and was in frequent use up until the Previous owner passed away. So its not like it has sat for 30 years. I see it was new in 1981 and last serviced by the Drake factory in October 1997. Looks like a wonderful amp! Nice to have QRO on 160!