Soundfeeder - Thumbs Down, Way Down
I am located in Seattle (where the FM band is virtually full) and have had nothing but one bad experience after another with the two Soundfeeder units I have tried. Both experienced severe drift, on the order of minutes, and adjusting them with the little wheel was a pain in the ***. On top of that, the signal was soooo week that the slightest shift in orientation would cause static, distortion, etc. I went and bought a PLL (Phase Locked Loop) unit at Compusa called an irock (www.myirock.com) and thusfar really like it. It is powered by two AAA batteries or an included cigarette lighter adapter. You can select from one of four frequencies using a little switch on the side and because of the PLL design, you never have to readjust it. I have received good quality audio from this device, despite having two strong stations on adjacent channels. I am very impressed with this $30 device.