I was a really active QRPer from about 2014 until May of 2017, when I got bitten by the digital bug. I started on JT-65, and moved to FT-8 in July when the software was released. It was/is fun, but recently I was starting to get that "been there, done that" feeling. So I dug out my MFJ-9200 last week, and put it on the air. I had forgotten how much fun QRP/CW is, even with my somewhat compromised antenna system. I even decided to get out another old radio - my Kenwood TS-130, and dedicate it to QRP ops. Yes, the bands have been less than optimal, and my time has been somewhat limited, but I'm having a ball. And the 130 is fun to operate. Not a lot of bells or whistles, but it works. Between the narrow filter and the IF Shift I'm not having any trouble picking out the signals I want. Yes, it doesn't have the fancy DSP processing like my FT-450, but I don't miss it at all. It took a few QSOs to get my CW "chops" back, but I'm doing okay. I'm comfortable at about 17 wpm. I can go up to 20 wpm, as long as you don't ask me too many questions... Anyway, I just wanted to share. Glad to be back.