I saw a small article about the Lexon Mezzo Radio in the October issue of Wired. It runs on 4 double A batteries and looks retro cool. I'm skeptical about AM/FM performance, however. In any event, I am eager to hear some reviews. Gizmodo also has a small blurb about it.
Selling for $121 on Amazon, the Eton Feild Radio with RDS already has 14 reviews and is averaging about 4.5 stars. Most complaints are about lack of SSB and mediocre SW reception. Is it much more than a Grundig S450? I can't tell. In any event, there was a lot of demand for a radio like this.
Touchy, polarizing, hit and miss, the Sangean RCR-3 apparently is good if you get the right one. One customer in the most recent review says the RCR-3 is "like a Jaguar." Sounds like one fussy radio, as it sometimes won't sync with the Atomic Time in Colorado.