My DC30B arrived yesterday.
It turned up in a tiny box. Took about 1.5 hours to build. This was extended somewhat when it did not work on switch on. I eventually tracked this down to a manufacturing fault on the PCB (which I have reported to Hendricks).
Anyway, now it is working. First impressions are that the RX performance is a bit disappointing. Broadcast breakthrough is strong this evening although I can hear CW signals through it. Power output is surprisingly high at over 1 Watt - excessive for the tiny FET PA I would have thought.
I squeezed in a toggle switch and thus I have two frequencies (10.116 and 10.110).
Expect an activation on 10MHz sometime soon.