The upcoming RTTY Roundup is one of the few RTTY contests that allows for "attended" data modes other than just 45.45bps Baudot FSK: http://www.arrl.org/rtty-roundup Which says, in part: Objective: Amateurs worldwide contact and exchange QSO information with other amateurs using digital modes (Baudot RTTY, ASCII, AMTOR, PSK31, PSK63, and Packet—attended operation only) on 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 meter bands. Any station may work any other station. Stations may be worked once per band, regardless of mode. PSK31 seems a bit slow for a contest but PSK63 would be just about right for people accustomed to RTTY transmission speeds. Have any of you tried to run PSK in a RTTY contest? If so, what were your results? Did you find significant participation by PSK operators in the contest? How about FSK modes other than 45.45bps Baudot? 75bps ASCII, anyone? I'm also curious on general thoughts of expanding RTTY contests into "data" contests, where other modes are encouraged.