Yes, there are HF transceivers made in the USA besides the enviable Elecraft K-2. The Patcomm PC-16000A is also one of the few, domestic or import, rigs that has NO options to purchase! A few of the major features include: - General coverage receiver. - CW & RTTY/ASCII operation with a keyboard interface, and Patcomm includes the keyboard. I hadn't worked RTTY since my Air Force days on Okinawa in the mid 1960s. But with the PC-16000A it's a ball. - Collins IF 2.4khz & 500hz filters are standard. - AF DSP filtering with VOGAD and RF clipping. - Three antenna connections allow a variety of antennas to be conected without external switching. - Large, easy to read digital readout displays both Send and Receive frequency, time, and memory channel. - Built-in keyer for external paddle or use the keyboard to send CW. A straight key may also be plugged in as well . This has been a very user-friendly radio. I've used Collins, Drake, Hallicrafters, Heathkit, etc, and many imports, but the PC-16000A is now my main QRO rig (I don't run a linear). The factory has been very responsive to email and telephone queries and I highly recommend the rig for anyone wanting to support an American amateur radio company. I was so impressed with the Patcomm company that I added the "Mama" rig, the PC-9000 (sadly no longer available), and the "Baby" Patcomm, the PC-500 dual bander. I'll be adding a posting on those rigs later. Cheers, Bob, K9FOH Added: I forgot to include Patcomm's WEB site: www.patcommradio.com & email: email@example.com ex: KR6FJ, Okinawa; KA2BL, Japan; KA1DX & KA1BL Marcus Island; KA1CQ, Iwo Jima; and, G5EBA, England.