Here is the newest CB from Uniden, the Bearcat 680! This completely new CB was provided by Uniden, so here are some pictures of the radio while we're working on a full review. First, you can tell how small the width of the radio by comparing it to the full sized Uniden Grant LT: Notice that the height of the radio is similar to the LT, but the width is much smaller. The large height allows the display to be large and very visible. Here is a side view of the 680 on top of the Grant LT. Notice how much shorter the new radio is, which is quite advantageous when trying to fit it into small vehicles: Here's a view from top comparing the over all width and depth differences between the 680 and the full size Grant LT: Next, some inside shots. Here is one of the final PA transistor and output filter. The radio uses the familiar 2078 transistor: Another, broader picture of the main board: A picture of the squelch and meter adjustment: Here is the back side of the front face circuit board: This picture shows the 6 pin mic connector. The #1 pin is in the 7 O'Clock position; the labels make it fairly obvious how to wire a different mic: The rear of the radio is like any other typical CB: This is the stock mic. It looks funny, but is very ergonomic: From the side, you can see that the mic has a lip guard which lets you feel how far away to hold the mic: I've hooked up the radio and made a few contacts, so next up: initial thoughts on the performance of the radio!