Today I managed to find a good condition used Fluke PM3380B 100 MHz scope; its a dual-trace, combination digital/analog scope with an RS232 interface (allows you to control the scope, as well as grab data from it). I might have over-payed a bit for it (got it for $200.00), but it seems to be a very nice scope.
I’m not sure what I am going to do with my Tek 2213; I might sell it, I might keep it - not sure.
BTW - the place where I got the scope (Apache Reclamation here in Phoenix) still has a couple Fluke PM3370 60 MHz scopes (for $200.00 each); they are basically the same as the PM3380 (incl the RS232 interface), just lower bandwidth. I tested one there, and it seems solid - I didn’t test the other. Just thought I would pass it on.
A manual can be found @ Fluke’s website.
These seem like great scopes…there’s a ton of functionality available, and the ability to switch between analog and digital mode (it uses a CRT for display) is pretty nice…