Same here. The nearest thing to a SSB rig I've ever had is the little 7-watt Radio Shack 10m transceiver I bought at a close-out sale near the end of the previous sunspot cycle. The main reason I acquired it was for its FM capability, since my 75A-4 sucks at slope detection. It has AM, SSB and FM, but no CW, and appears to be a modified 'export model' CB transceiver. I tried operating 10m FM and it took me about a half dozen QSOs to realise I had absolutely nothing in common with those folks. I could never strike up any kind of conversation with them; it was like they were all from a different planet. The AM function sucks with its space shuttle audio, so why use that thing when I have my modified Eico 720/730 with hi-fi audio? I might have tried 3 or 4 QSOs on slopbucket, and found that to be about as uninteresting as the FM crowd.