Well, I am one transceiver less. I had been noticing some peculiarities with my old HW-9 recently, and today it "smoked". Snap, crackle, pop and it was all over. Well, it was over 30 years old or darn near it so it was to be expected. Parts are very difficult to obtain and mostly substitutions. Plus, I am not equipped to do any repairs here. So it was fun while it lasted.
Yesterday, I made a few QSOs with the OHR100A. 4J20RO, WA1BXY looking for SKCC numbers so gave him mine. Later K2JT/QRP for a good two-way QRP chat. The OHR rig is fine but I must allow more than a few minutes for it to settle down and not drift. Those QSOs were at about 3 watts on 20M.