For anyone interested in buying a Uniden scanner please don't as this company is not what it was 10 or 20 years ago. I am tired of businesses coming up short with quality and expecting the end user to pick up the tab. I just sold my BCD536HP for a Whistler TRX2 and I am very happy and I want any prospective Uniden buyers to know this. The Whistler company is putting the user first and their bottom line second. Back in the day you bought a scanner and that's all you had to do to listen to the radio waves around us. In today's digital exclusive licensed technology that should not change. Companies selling scanners should pay for the royalties and not the end user. How can Whistler offer this radio technology for free with free upgrades and Uniden makes you pay for it. Don't say its included in the price because I just picked up a TRX2 for under $500 dollars and my 536 was $600 new with nothing but problems! This is what I like most with Whistler. #1 I can see what I want to scan rather then remembering numbers that you have to end up writing down to decipher. #2 in mobile operations the TRX2's internal battery does not allow the scanner to shut off every time you turn the car on. #3 the record feature shows a date and time stamp from the unit itself. And last the ability to record certain TG's or frequencies rather then a global recording of everything it scans. Of course there are pros and cons to both but over all Whistler has a far better set up for scanning. I'm sure this topic has been played out before but it never hurts to remind people. Thanks for listening!