Hey guys, So, I think I'm going to bite the bullet and buy an IC-7300: the radio looks beautiful, and I've heard nothing but the best comments about it. I think I'm going to jump now, especially while the $200 ICOM rebate is still in effect (until 3/31/18). I have 2 questions related to the purchase: 1) What vendors would you recommend for the best "bang for the buck" in getting this (ie: lowest price, best freebies, etc)? Gigaparts is throwing-in a $30 Gigaparts/Icom drink tumbler, which honestly does nothing for me. I'd rather if they're gonna throw in a freebie of some type, make it worth while! Most places (HRO, DX Engineering, Gigaparts) offer free shipping over $100, so I'm not too worried about that. 2) My current QTH is antenna-restricted (1st floor apartment, large porch but fully screen-enclosed with no outside access/door/etc, can only get a dipole maybe 8ft into the air, potential RFI from other units connected to mine, etc). So, I was thinking about maybe getting an MFJ-936B mag loop tuner to go with the IC-7300, to give me the ability to do 80m-10m @ 100w from ground-level. My thought process is that, if using the 936b, that I would just not use the IC-7300's tuner at all (since the 936b should present a perfect 50ohm load and 1:1 SWR to the radio). Does this sound right? I'm also absolutely open to, and enthusiastically invite, any other ideas for operating a 100w HF radio with the QTH limitations I listed!!!