Good afternoon everyone, I currently have a Yaesu FT-7900R at home which was previously used in my car. I'm in the process of adding a Diamond X-50 at home so I need opinions on the following; 1. Put the 7900 back in the car which will soon have a drilled NMO mount and a Larsen 2/70 antenna. Buy a lower end digital radio for home such as a Yaesu 3200? (Or something along those lines) or Icon ID-4100. 2. Same as above with the 7900, but spend more on a digital radio for home FTM-300 or FTM-400 3. Sell the 7900 and get two ID-4100's or equivalent Yaesu. If I do this option I don't think budget will allow for a digital radio as above for the car AND a higher end digital for home. Any help would be appreciated. I only want to use dual band 2m/70cm due to antenna constraints at home. I'm asking about digital since it looks like it's a nice upgrade with more features and better clarity/etc. Lastly, I've only used my 7900 and I have never touched Icom radios. Any quick differences between the two regarding digital? I'm in Cherry Hill, NJ and commute to NYC if that makes a difference on the radio selection. Thank you.