Hi guys, I picked this up from a local auction site for $1500 Aus ($1130 US), Ex Australian Defense Force Equipment. I did take a big risk as I bought it site unseen. To be honest, I was fairly crapping myself and suffering buyers remorse when I stumbled across some web posts commenting on how good a unit they are but when they fail they are incredibly hard to fix. So with much trepidation (and thoughts of "why did I put that last bid on") I picked it up. With a regretful heart I signed the paperwork and popped the box into the car. When I got home I opened the box to discover the story behind it. It appears that the unit was sent off to be serviced, then sent back to the defense force, where it sat in the box unopened for some reason. I can only imagine they did a clear out of boxes in a store and gave it to the auction site to sell for them. There are no leads or power cable but they are easily replaced (although I'm not sure where to source leads from.) It still has the Department of Defense "Serviceable Technical Equipment" tag on it along with the technicians signature, date and location. It powers up and self tests beautifully although I've yet to run a signal to it yet (no leads). The dates marry up with the consignment labels on the box from the Dense Force, to the service agent, and then the return trip. So all in all I'm pretty happy because I see these are selling for over double what I paid for it.