I'm confused over the whole st.Charles city talk groups and new future system. I don't remember where I found the St.Charles City MOT 800/900 system that I have programed right now in my scanner but I can no longer find this system on RR but I do see the new future simulcast feqs and do realize they wont have any talk groups listed as of yet for that system (under the st.louis city p25) and I also see the new St.Louis county P25 system frequencies and also realize no talkgroup numbers will be listed yet. But I also see 2 (2) Site 004 (4) St.Charles County (nonfuture) listed and it has been listed for some time now, but it don't have any talk group channels listed for this group of trunked frequencies? I would of asked this question a long time ago but I just now realized there is a question and info thread here on RR. So my question is what is the St.Charles City MOT 800/900 system I have programed and do they still use this system? and if so where is it listed on RR? Also what is up with the 2(2) site 004 (4) St.Charles simulcast system with no talk groups listed below? St. Louis Regional Communications (P25) Trunking System, St Louis Metro Area, Missouri - Scanner Frequencies I'm not talking about the future listing St.Charles simulcast (future) 2 (2) Site 701 (2BD). I also want to know why is there a O'Fallon talkgroup listing at the very bottom of this page under the St.Louis city P25 site frequencies but there is no frequency listings. I would love to program O'Fallon talk groups but I do not see any listing of frequencies for this talk group. So please explain the St.Charles (future) Simulcast the St.Charles (Non-Future) simulcast and this other St.Charles 800/900 talk group I have programed and if I should remove this 800/900 system and wait for the new system to get up and going and what St.Charles should I have programed right now to hear them? And what is with the O'Fallon talkgroup numbers with no frequency listing? Please help I would love to listen to st.Charles and O'fallon.