So my local ham radio community has a UHF repeater that has become very popular for all the good reasons and is used in a positive fashion. About 8 months to a year ago I started getting a signal from another repeater but it was usually to noisy to make out what was being said. I quickly found out other people were hearing it to and it was coming in almost full scale & full quieting to more hams than just me. Turns out it's a repeater about 70-75 miles to the south of me and supposedly very high up and on the same frequency but using a different PL tone. The problem is not only that when there signal is strong it makes our repeater sound like two people are transmitting at the same time when it's keyed up but there also very vulgar most of the time. Also not using call signs, etc, etc. Now it seems like the F.C.C. complaint form (FCC Complaints) is pretty much geared towards people who are causing malicious interference on repeaters. These guys aren't directly causing interference to our repeater (even though I'm sure it's not coordinated and to powerful and too close to ours) but we can hear them on there's most times well enough to hear the filth. Does anyone think it would be worth my time to complain and send recordings based on the filth and vulgarity or would the F.C.C. only care if they were directly causing interference to us?