With respect to the MFJ-464 CW Reader/Keyer, I am considering purchasing a new or used unit if it will do the following. As a point of reference, I am proficient with CW up to about 15 WPM; maybe 20 WPM if I know what is generally coming as in a contest response. What I need is some "assistance" In contests and DX pileups where the target station is transmitting at 25 to 30 WPM or more. Using good analog and/or digital signal processing to achieve a peak response from the target station's CW transmission, can it reliably pull out the target station's transmitted character string like "1001 599 MDC K4EET KN"? Using the iambic CW keyer, I can send about 20 to 25 WPM. Would the MFJ-464 allow me to carry on a brief QSO with a DX station at 25 WPM? You get the idea of my expectations for the MFJ-464. Based on your hands-on experience with the CW Keyer/Reader, would I be pleased or disappointed with respect to its performance? Thanks for your time in responding to this thread. One day, I will be proficient with code at 25 to 35 WPM. In the interim, I am looking at the MFJ-464 CW Keyer/Reader to help me along. Comments; thoughts?