My entry came via an MD-380 in 2016 which is good radio with good support and TyTools etc.
Currently I’m running the Anytone AT-868 dual band analog and DMR from Bridgecom Systems https://www.bridgecomsystems.com/ who are just the best for support etc.
Also using Openshark RF and Zumspot hotspots as well as the RF repeaters.
Along the way in 2019 I tried a Retevis RT-52 which is also a very good radio but for me it didn’t pick up my soft voice enough to be usable. A great shame as it has just the best clear display. There is also no adjustment for this or service menus etc. I contacted Retevis direct to see. A fantastic radio to use as a scanner though…
See my programming /user database YouTube.
The Anytone AT-D868 for me has saved me carrying 3 different radios.
It is used for work frequencies, DMR and Ham repeaters.
I also use it for some scanning by adding the frequencies of interest into a zone.
And then use that zone and scan.
May 2019 update, now have AT-D878
PiStar Brandmeister Talkgroups https://www.pistar.uk/dmr_bm_talkgroups.php
CAN-TRBO Last Heard List http://www.ve2tax.com/lastheard.aspx
CAN-TRBO Repeater Details http://www.ve2tax.com/RepeaterDetails.aspx?id=302301
Control Center NewEng-TRBO http://nw.nedecn.org/MinimalNetwatch
Marks MD-380 stuff https://web1.foxhollow.ca/DMR/
DMR MARC Repeaters http://www.dmr-marc.net/repeaters.html
AT D868 review by Wolf Büscher DL4YHF http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/Anytone_D868UV/index.html
K0LWC Anytone AT-D868UV – 10 Things You Should Know, YouTube review
August 2018 update
BrandMeister Reflectors – How to use them
Modifications, hints, tips and technical information for the AnyTone AT-D868UV