Thank you, Pascal, for a very concise and informative review and overview of the IC-7300. I've had mine for over a year now and love it. It has all the features I really need in an HF rig: 100 W of TX output, 160-6m TX coverage, 30 kHz to almost 75 MHz receive coverage, all legal TX modes including FM (which the IC-7200 doesn't have) and uses FPGA with direct sampling technology, all at really a very reasonable price. It also plays well with WSJT-X for FT8 and HRD for other digital modes. The receiver is excellent, as in most ICOM rigs. ICOM really came up with a winner in this rig and I would say it's destined to become a classic. Someone mentioned that this rig has devalued older rigs. I've noticed that some of the older rigs, like the IC-7200 for instance, are having much more trouble selling here on QRZ. Their prices are being driven down, and I think a large part of that has to do with the relatively inexpensive SDR-based revolution the IC-7300 has brought to the amateur radio market. Many folks are simply dumping their older rigs on the market because they like the 7300 so much. There seems to be a glut on the used market at the moment and the law of supply and demand will drive down the prices as a result. Progress, I guess!