I've got two radios by my office desk, a 160-dollar Tivoli Songbook, which I reviewed for RadioIntel a year and a half ago, and my 40-dollar GE Superradio III, which I use as a "back-up" radio. The GE looks ugly, big and plastic, a 1970s fiasco, it has an inaccurate tuning band, no presets, but in many ways it's a superior radio to my expensive Tivoli. For example, my Tivoli can't pick up 89.3 FM without static, even as I move the telescopic antenna all lover. In contrast, my GE grabs 89.3 with ease and gets better AM as well. Its speaker is big and huge. It separates 1150 and 980 AM better than my Grundig/Eton S350 (which suffers from overload on those 2 stations). I wish there was a digital version of the GE with presets. I would be in radio heaven. Until that happens, I'll have to wait for the Redsun 3000.