I find myself listening to the radio more and more in the car and would like to have a tuner in my second system where I do a lot of casual listening. The tuner need not be a Magnum Dynalab or anything with a pedigree. All I am looking for is something inexpensive that works. Audiophile sound quality is not a criterion. I would use the tuner for listening occasionally to the local AM all-day news station, talk radio on FM, and music on FM. Crutchfield has the Sony ST-SE370 for $200, which is more than I want to spend for my needs. I could probably get it for less through J&R Music World, but probably not much less. Would an inexpensive Radio Shack tuner work well enough for my needs? How cheap can I go on a tuner and still get something that will work? My other question regarding a tuner is very basic with respect to an antenna. I have never used a tuner in an audio system, if you can believe that (), so I don't know how serious an antenna I would need. I live outside of Wilmington, Delware and easily get Philadelphia stations in my car and on a cheap boombox. I can even get some New York City stations. What kind of antenna would I need for AM and FM? Hopefully something small and inexpensive. Crutchfield has the indoor Terk amplified AM/FM antenna for $25. Would this work? They also have the indoor Terk non-amplified (passive) AM/FM antenna for $20. Would this work? Should I get an amplified or non-amplified antenna? Does it depend on how remote you are? Finally, for my needs, would an AM/FM antenna be suitable, or should I get separate antennas for AM and FM? Please bear with me, as I obviously have a lot of questions here. Thanks in advance for your suggestions.