Yes, I've noticed the growing number of DMR systems on RR but I have no way of monitoring them at the present. The ones of most interest to me are in the 800 and 900 MHz range. Have you listened to the SRP system by any chance?
I picked up a 536HP just for this reason and have used it with great success in South Florida, Vegas and a few other places. The issue is the stuff that's there just isn't terribly exciting to listen to. In Vegas almost every casino has migrated to DMR, great if you want to listen to security and housekeeping. In South Florida the schools and even the non-public safety entities of the county have switched but I didn't care about Carlos and Mary not getting on the bus or if the water needed to be turned off at a house.Thanks, cellphone, just what I wanted to hear. I enjoy listening to APS on their trunked analog system but SRP would be more meaningful since I, too, live in an SRP area.
Maybe someone else will chime in with some other DMR scanners and how they work.
According to RR, we have a few more interesting things to listen to on DMR here in AZ than you do.Reality is that it's cool for about 10 minutes, but it's not for everyone that's for sure!