I have a few Harris 6m SSPAs for sale. If you are looking at this then you most likely know what these high power 6m amps are already. Over the years I have sold over 160 SSPA's for 6. 2 and 222 so rather than me fill QRZ.com answering your questions on these great VHF amps I have put together an email that will answer many of your questions. If you drop me an email to email@example.com or txt/call me on 978 906 5524 I will send you a copy. The email not only contains information on these amps but also on much of what you need to put one on the air. I have happily walked hams though getting their first SSPA on the air and will gladly do so again. These amps are $500 + Shipping with the option of an OEM set of DC, PTT and RF connectors for $50 along with your amp sale. I also have a couple of less expensive SSPAs for 6m available and time willing will have a very, very, limited supply of 2m 1KW++ SSPAs available towards the end of January. These have gone very quickly. Questions? Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/txt 978 906 5524 Paul N2EME As there is some confusion amongst the moderators at QRZ.com as to whether they require my FCC Callsign in the picture or the QRZ issued avatar letters in the picture. I have included both, as well as all other government issued callsigns that I have previously held, as I do not want to offend anyone at QRZ. I am hoping that this is what hams who hold multiple callsigns are supposed to do. If the item being offered is valued at more than $250.00 then the sellers callsign must appear in at least one photo, set and taken alongside the item offered for sale. Handwritten callsigns are preferred. Callsigns which are digitally superimposed (photoshopped) onto the picture are not allowed.