After work yesterday, I went to HRO and they had a Navigator in stock, and had a good price on it as well. I took measurements to see how I could incorporate it into my very tight shelf space in the shack. To squeeze it in, Will hafta remove some other components and shuffle things around. It is about 2 1/2 inches high and a good 5 or 6 inches wide. A very sizable and formidable unit. They didn't have a Rigblaster advantage in stock, but I talked to some other hams who had one and it looks like the Navigator is the unit to score. However, the Yaesu SCU-17 is sneaking up. The problem I am having with that one (and it is about HALF the price of the Navigator!!!) is the poor Yaesu support on it. In fact, I read on here somewhere Yaesu has pulled it from US sales! Not sure why! What I need is absolute MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE!!! It has to just BLOW the Signaling (which is working very well!) away! Some folks say it does. But for almost FOUR times the cost of a Signalink, it DARN WELL BETTER!!! Another problem I am having with the Navigator is the Radio cable. They want (OMG!!!) $55 for it!!! I have the schematic and I can BUILD that cable if I can get all the associated connectors. With our Junk Store closing, parts are hard to come by now. Some I should have around, but I should buy all new connectors to be sure it is 100% bulletproof. Also probably need a new COMPUTER to install for it too. The current one is an old Pentium XP computer and it is OK for internet surfing and garden variety ham programs, but I need to have a great computer for running the likes of HRD and the digital modes programs (and Logging software). I have a bunch of JUNK up on Shelf 3 above the monitor that is drawing dust, so that needs to be sent off to museum service and the computer put up there. One of those small little ones running Win 8. I didn't bite yet on the Navigator, but am close. I just want to be sure I will see a SIZABLE DIFFERENCE in performance over the Signalink!