I was browsing through a local second hand store there was a Sangean WR-11SE (Special Edition - 40th anniversary) on the shelf that caught my eye. Could not help noticing how good it sounded. As I was looking it over I noticed that it had an "F" jack for an FM antenna. It was at that point that I knew that this was a serious receiver. Reception was not good in the steel building, but I thought that for the thirty bucks they were asking for it, that it was a risk worth taking. I was not disappointed. I took it home, plugged it in and hooked it up to my 6 meter dipole at 40 feet and it was better than I could have imagined. It has a very fine tuner. I have a Pioneer stereo receiver in my shack, but the FM tuner is pretty much a joke compared to the Sangean. Even though the Pioneer is stereo and the Sangean is monaural, the audio is much superior. So much so that I have ordered a cable and an adapter so that I may route the audio from the Sangean to the Pioneer and listen throughout the house on the stereo (monaural) system. I like to listen to WOJB which is almost 100 miles from my QTH and it is usually a challenge to pull in due to many other stations broadcasting on the nearby frequencies. It is a very sensitive and selective tuner, and coupled to the rotatable dipole, I can always find a way to listen in. I'm sure that it would work equally well on other frequencies. These days I take my small pleasures where I can find them.