Yesterday I got my 1st oscilloscope from Rigol. It is the DS1052E 50 MHz DSO (digital storage oscilloscope). I payed about $315 w/shipping direct from Rigol. I immediately turned it on, hooked the leads up to the test square wave signal, started pushing buttons and turning knobs. I also checked out the remote control software used to control the unit from a PC. That will come in handy when making blog postings such as this.
My hope is to use this piece of equipment to be more active in my learning of electronics and to more easily debug/troubleshoot my projects.
This should be fun!