Lou, Thanks for the comment, yea she's hurt'in right now, still new and not yet loved. It looks great, I even painted the cover rubbed oil bronze (she's a brown one). But finally hooking it up between my feedline and the Bird System Analyzer, anything above 300 watts makes it sing, or perhaps better described "hissing sound". The "bypass-coax1-longwire-coax2 rotary switch knob and behind the front panel, the square grey 4 position sequencer? was moving around loose. The only way I can get any "tune ability" (tune-a-billy here in certain parts of Texas) is to have it in the "Bypass" position. However I'm connected going into the "Input" So-239 and going out on Coax-1. and after all that, it reads SWR correctly, watt Meter ok, just fails the dielectric test making a hissing noise above 300 watts. It is a damn good tuner as you have stated, and I look forward to having my way with it soon! As the Murch has served me well (hamfest deal at $30) but is not built to the same standards at the SA 2060a Heathkit.