Pretty funny. And accurate. I've owned two 891's, but the shortcomings always left me disappointed (no built-in soundcard digital interface, no way to interactively switch between USB/LSB, the worst 3rd order harmonics issues ever seen by the ARRL lab until the Xeigu G90 came along, no voltage readout). After a fashion I found both of them new homes. The 891 is a radio where one of the primary design objectives was to NOT compete with other rigs in Yaesu's lineup, and it shows. I like Yaesu products (I own multiple Yaesu HTs, two 817's and the FT-991A, which is my go-to portable rig), but this Yaesu fanboy couldn't look past the obvious design flaws in the 891. Sad really, because with just a few minor tweaks this could have been a killer rig.