OK I know this question has probably been asked a million times. I did some searching and found nothing that exactly fits my requirements. After many, many years, I am getting back into the hobby. My concentration will probably be digital but will probably dabble in the occasional analog (probably mostly repairs). I'll be messing with PICs and really want to build a 6502 computer (the first computer I ever used was 6502). I'm looking for a scope. I have been checking on ebay and anything above 100MHZ appears to be a bit expensive on eBay (at least I have yet to see any deals). It is not that I am afraid to spend money for good equipment but if things don't pan out for me, I don't want to lay out a bunch of cash for nothing. So my question, can I get by with 100MHZ or should I hold out for something better? Or since I will be working with digital, should I get a logic analyzer instead? I have one used one once or twice many, many years ago, and I am not sure if I even remember how to use one. If I go that route, what should I look for? What features?