. I searched this question on the forum, but did not find anything. I'm seeing more and more ICOM 7300's up for sale lately. I'm not sure why that is. This is a relatively new model and I was wondering if these radio's have any inherent "issues" with them. I understand hams like to try-out and change-out gear and radios, but this seems more than usual. The 7300 is a menu driven radio, so there are not as many knobs and buttons as on larger chassis radios. One would need to "scroll" through several layers in the menu to make their inputs. Maybe that's it. (?) Thoughts? Thanks in advance. .