I inherited yet another Eico 460 silly scope. I wonder how many of these were made? (I believe this is either the fourth or fifth specimen I've had since I was conscious of such things). They were NOT great scopes, but they sure got a lot of kids started in serious electronics. The main shortcoming was a lack of decent triggering....something which Tektronix made famous. There are a lot of things you can do with a less than lab-grade scope. They are great for station monitors...a very simple mod allows you to apply RF directly to the vertical deflection plates for AM or SSB (or even CW) monitoring. You can also used them in the X-Y mode for monitoring RTTY and PSK baseband signals. And, if you have access to the sweep sawtooth (it's a front panel connector on the -460), you can use the scope as the base for a panadaptor or spectrum analyzer....all you need is a varactor tuner of some sort. And with a little more effort an actual tracking generator/demodulator. Not sure what I'll do with this one, after I vacuum out all the zombies and perform the alignment. Stay tuned.