In light of your statement below, why does the "Ultralight Compendium"
give the E100 a C- for images/spurs, while the T615 gets a C?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Gary DeBock" <D1028Gary@...>
Unlike the SRF-T615, however, the E100 has good resistance to
spurious signals in stock form, making it a good candidate for
mega-loopstick transplants. With 200 memories and class-leading
selectivity, I can't wait to see what it will do with a 21"
73, Gary D.