Oh crap, that probably sounds bad. Ah well.
So my first find was a key. It's nice, heavy, and probably has a history, which I added "purchased for $35 by KE8P" to.
I found this. For $165. Like any normal ham that likes to push buttons and turn knobs, I turned it on, just to be greeted with it flashing "LOW VOLTAGE 6.5V". I figured that was a sign that it probably works.
And when I got it home, I found these in it. Ten Energizer rechargeable batteries.
So I removed the batteries and plugged in a wall wart. I was greeted with "VOLTAGE OK 15V" and something like the display in the picture above. I did check my dummy load, it claims it is around 50 ohms at 1-1.3 SWR. Guess it works!
Also included were these. They are coils to use the analyzer as a dip meter. I didn't really need these, as I built one (they're really quite simple). My built version worked quite well for the coax traps on my attic trap dipole.
So I did try it with my HF and 2m antennas...
The third purchase was a case for my SoftRock
The last thing I got was some fiberglass mast. I didn't take a picture of that.