--- In email@example.com, "Chris Codella, W2PA" <w2pa@...> wrote:
That is true, but only on a spot by spot basis. Having to reset the config tolerance option depending on whether I want to keep settings or correct the frequency isn't going to be very convienent.
No, you have misunderstood. On radios with two VFOs but only one VFO knob (or dual watch), you have to take some action before you can tune the TX frequency on split since Commander leaves the active VFO as the RX VFO. More often than not it is the TX VFO that needs retuning, particulary in a pile up where the DX is working a spread of RX QRGs. The most productive way of getting the contact (unless you have stacked Yagis and many KW) is to find his listen QRG before calling. This is particularly frustrating on Icom radios where changing the active VFO on the radio is not reflected in Commander - an Icom CAT deficiency.