For anyone who cares, my BaoFeng BF-F8HP (the 8W 2m/440 model, or whatever its real output) has FCC ID 2AGNDF8HP. This model includes FM broadcast receive and has coverage beyond the edges of the 2m amateur band (presumably for commercial or public service use), as I recall 138 to 170-something MHz (should be able to get NOAA on 162 something MHz). I'm not sure where it stands relative to the 440 amateur band -- just haven't checked, I don't use that band much, though I have a number of repeaters programmed in it. With the stock battery and rubber duck antenna, charger, and earpiece (but no programming cable), it was about $60 earlier this year. Programming cable was another $20 or so, and it works fine with CHIRP. With two extended batteries and a (genuine) Nagoya 771 antenna, I've got just under $150 into it at present. Yes, this is more or less the definition of CCR. Which means it fits my budget, and so far, it's covered my needs. Sometime soon, I need to figure out how to get it to scan, program the NOAA weather frequencies and start keeping it at my workbench -- after spending most of an hour in the storm shelter at work a week or so ago, I want something other than a cell phone to confirm the all clear. EDIT: the 440 band coverage on this unit is 520 to 700 MHz, which easily covers the frequencies of FRS and GMRS. Legalities, I'm not sure how to check.