If the only thing holding you back is an FM tuner, Sony makes what most consider the best FM tuner ever. And it only costs $100. It was compared to tuners costing up to $2,000 and had better signal and sound than any.
The last good FM tuner I owned was a Kenwood from the late 1970's. One of those big ones with the backlighted analog dial and giant flywheel tuning knob. Had three VU meters, signal strength, center channel and multi-path. Originally around $500 and I had someone offer me $350 for it when it was fifteen years old. I thought one of the new digital tuners would outperform it, but boy was I mistaken.
If I still listened to FM radio enough to make it worth my while, I would definitely look into the Sony. By the way, the CT-350 does come with a built-in FM tuner.