I am an installation electrician. Many years ago, (35-40) I was a computer engineer, and used a tektronix scope as part of my job. I appreciate things have changed quite a few times since then, but am looking at rekindling my interest in it, and starting the process of in my grandson.
I am returning to electronics as an enthusiastic amateur. Initially, I want something that will help my understand how circuits work, and in addition be able to fault fine on circuit boards in boilers. In my job as an electrician, I come across situations where RCDs are tripped on a random basis. In the future, I want to be able to fault PCs, but if the price difference is too great, buy the cheaper one first and go for a fuller monty later. The equipment must be reliable, and not mickey mouse in any way.
What do you suggest