Congratulations, Sir Win. You are now an officially sanctioned "Instant Gratification Takes Too Long" club member!
And then, I have a thing called a CD player. I check out the strange people next to me while listening to it at lights. Occasionally, I hand out business cards when someone sees the sign on my truck and asks. It works out pretty well.
Let's hope they continue to enforce it vigorously.
-- Creativity can solve almost any problem. The creative act, the defeat of habit by originality, overcomes everything. -- George Lois
I have an 18 GHz spectrum analyzer and a 1 GSa digital storage scope, both obsolete but functional. The fastest scope I ever had, as in signed for from the USAF and provided lab bench space, used liquid Helium cooled Josephson junctions for a 70 GHz bandwidth. I've tested my designs for cavity resonance at up to 6 GHz but normally stayed below 2 GHz for custom GPS receivers and the like.
Typically the engineer gave me a scribble of the signal path and critical components that I filled out into the full schematic, then I designed the multilayer controlled impedance circuit board and the RF-tight aluminum housing, gave it a quick functionality check, set up the test equipment and called him/her in to play with their new toy.
In the 1970's I built a 10 GHz Doppler radar using a GE PIN diode oscillator module, but my own design input was all in the audio band detector.