I'm in the market for a new rig and had just about decided to get the new (and as yet unreleased) Yaesu FTDX-3000 when I found out it has only one receiver. I spend a lot of my operating time DXing and a second receiver comes in very handy. It seems that the FTDX-3000 is more of a replacement for the FT-950 than the FT-2000, which is surprising considering the price of the 3000 will be around $2800, which puts it squarely in the FT-2000 price range. I've got the money to splurge on an FTDX5000 or an IC-7700, but I'm putting the money into a tower/big beam instead, so my rig budget is in the $2800 range. I like the FT-2000 (ergonomics, size, etc.), but its reviews have been less than stellar and it's getting a little long in the tooth. It does have a second receiver, however. Another option is to go for one of the lower end models, such as the TS-590s or the FT-950. Both of these seem to have reasonable receiver performance for a $1500 class rig. There's always the American rigs in this general price range (TenTec Omni VII and Elecraft K3), but I'm leery of the flimsy, cheesy knobs and control layouts. I'd be willing to overlook a lot in this area if the RX performance is up to snuff. Opinions?