Not sure exactly why, but hams sure seem to be skeptical buyers when buying radios from other hams. Trying to sell a radio. First tried QRZ. Got a lot of e-mail correspondence but nobody ponied up any money. Had one guy express what appeared to be serious interest in buying it, but then he backed out because the cardboard that I had wasn't the "original cardboard box" and he e-mailed me to tell me that meant I didn't take care of it. Something about how people who save original boxes take better care of radios that those who don't save boxes. OK dokie. Now I am selling it on eBay. Someone writes to me to ask how it works or if it is an estate sale find. (Keep in mind - this is a solid state transceiver. Generally they either work or don't work. There is not much in between.) I tell him it works fine.Then he wants to know my definition of "fine". (i.e., what is the power output on all bands and all modes, which I don't know and have never checked.) It will sell, but I am getting a lot of peanut gallery comments. I just want to sell the radio.