200 watts of POWER!!! So I've recently come into possession of a old, but good condition Yaesu FT1000MP Mark V and I'm debating what to do with it. 1. Keep it, The catch here is both of my HF antennas make use of Icom automatic antenna tuners (1 AH-3 and 1 AH-4). Building a box to use the Icom tuners with a Yaesu radio can be done, but the tuners are only rated at 125 watts on SSB. Making the extra power of the Mark V useless. But the radio is in good shape and I could get another tuner. (MFJ, LDG, SGC?) 2. Sell it. Its a relatively un-upgraded model and only has the TCXO module and one Collins SSB mechanical filter in it. 3. Trade it... I have a IC 7300 for my main station radio, and I keep being tempted to upgrade to a 7610... So what to do? Is the Mark V even relevant to keep anymore with my station having some more advanced transceivers already?