So I'm trying to understand the best way to interface my older Kenwood TS-140S to a computer for use with the newer digital modes. I understand that full radio control may not be available with the older radio, but I'm not clear on what those limitations are in reference to the software being used. I have a new computer coming for my shack (Lenovo mini tower that will have both USB and a serial port, running Win10Pro). Is something like a RigBlaster sufficient? Or do I need to also install the IF-10C converter in the radio (an after market version is still available) and make a second connection back to the computer serial port? I'm assuming the RigBlaster would connect to the ACC2 jack on the back of the radio with the correct cable. I'm OK with not having the computer change frequency/mode of the radio (although I guess it would be nice) and handling that manually- as long as the software/computer can handle PTT. Thoughts from someone who has done this or is at least familiar with the older radios and newer modes?