That's nice, but beware for those of you that are after good sound at all listening levels. I just returned a Boston Acoustics Receptor HD radio after buying it at Radio Shack with a $50 rebate offer they had last week. The radio sounded great and it can give the impression of great big sound but only when it is played at a moderately loud to loud listening level. When you turn it down low, say at night when you are going to sleep and want to listen to it... well forget about it! Apparently Boston Acoustics has tuned this unit for louder listening levels. It has an automatically controlled bass level such that as you lower the volume levels, the bass boost is herendous compared to the midrange and highs level. It is like the old loudness contour circuits of the older vintage 1950's through 1970's Hi-Fi equipment where the lower you turn the level control, the bigger the bass boost curve. Only with this automatically controlled one note bass peak Boston Acoustics radio, the bass is booming and hooting all over your room while the midrange and treble is at a low level. If you have a headache when you are listening to it, it will bother the heck out of you. If you never plan to listen to this clock table radio at night going to bed, then it may be okay. I could not take it at low levels.
So now let me say also that it is the best sounding HD radio that I have heard when played at moderately loud levels. I have compared it to the Radio Shack Accurian, Bose Wave Radio CD, Cambridge Soundworks 740CD and the Cambridge Soundworks new 820HD radio. I have the Cambridge Soundworks 820HD radio now and it is much better for a bedside radio than all of the ones I tried. The sound is consistent at all volume levels and has a nice rich tonal quality. It does not have the bass capability of the BA Receptor HD radio nor the Cambridge Soundworks 740CD radio though. But overall I rate the 820HD sound better balanced than all of them and the one less likely to fatigue your ears. The only weakness that I find with the Cambridge Soundworks 820HD is that it is not that sensitive and will not lock reliably onto an HD signal. I don't have the BA Receptor HD radio anymore to compare the sensitivity under same conditions, so I don't know if the BA Receptor HD is better or worse than the 820HD. Of course for sensitivity, the Sangean units I think are the best of breed right now. The Radio Shack may be equal or next best for sensitivity.
So use your rebate wisely... maybe get the Sangean HDR-1 radio which can be found for around $229 at Amazon.com.
Oh I should add one major plus on the BA Receptor HD radio... it's separate speakers! This I found helped tremendously for stereo spread and separation if that is what you are after. The stereo separation and precise imaging was outstanding on the unit I had and gave an impressive panaroma of sound compared to the closed in mono box sound of all the other stereo radios with both speakers built into one small cabinet.
The BA Receptor Radio HD is impressive on initial listening and it is an excellent design. However be warned that after the newness wears off on you... you may find that nagging elevated bass boom annoying.