That’s pretty much true of all radios in the 7300’s price class. The 7300 is feature-rich at a decent price, which makes it attractive to a lot of new hams and casual HF ops. I’d be tempted to buy one as a spare 100w rig if I had a spare grand. But there’s a reason it costs around 1/6 the price of a 7700 or a well-optioned K3. Most hams will never notice the difference unless they use it in a strong-signal contest or DX pileup environment with a high gain antenna.