I couldn't agree more! I also have a GE Superadio 2, and it still performs superbly 35 years later (Well...I suppose the FM/AM slide switch could use a little contact cleaner). I was also the owner of an original Superadio (sometimes called Superadio 1), which ran for 20 wonderful years before the unit met an untimely accident-related death. Unfortunately....I am also the owner a an apparently poorly-built cheaply-made poor-performing 1990's Chinese Superadio 3, which I am sad to report is nowhere near the performer of the two previous models. It goes without saying that this unit is collecting dust on a bookcase shelf. @#$%^&* Chinese build-quality!