I Tried, It Broke
Too many. A Siglent bench 2-channel, a couple of PC-based analyzers, a single channel pocket scope, a 4-channel pocket scope, a couple of iOS bluetooth ones, and a couple of the single-board $25 LCD ones. I sent my 1013D to @Johnwa to see if it’s any use for his applications.I agree. Do you have one of them?
Edit - The 1014 is a nice upgrade for the money. Buttons and controls are a good thing on an Oscilloscope, and it also has a signal generator built in.
I am an oscilloscope junkie. I keep on looking at the Fluke scopemeters, but they are crazy expensive. I miss my Tek analog scopes, but they’re just too big to fit my limited shop space. I almost bought one of the 1014D units, but after listening to me grumble about scopes SWMBO convinced me to buy something a bit more robust so I went with a Siglent SDS1102CML and I’m pleased with it.