@Susan: You have now caused a lot of marital strife at Crusty Mansion.
It took only one look at that darling LabTool USB instrument, for me to fall in love with yet another technical toy.
Well after crying did not have much effect on getting a promise of it for Christmas. A good long sulk followed by redecoration of the master bedroom did change the attitude that this could be his present this year.
However Mrs Crusty had a wicked gleam in here eye when she informed me that I would have to wait for this toy until after Christmas, as it is now OUT OF STOCK.
@Crusty I sympathise....don'cha hate it when your preferred xmas gift is out of stock?
Have you had a look at the Digilent Analog Discovery? 2-channel 5 MHz scope, signal genny and 16-channel logic analyser in one USB box for US$219. You can get it cheaper if you are a student (I am doing a course at the moment and am trying to organise that).
Gabotronics also offer some very tasy goodies which you can build into (eg) a breadboard box. Also only 8 logic lines though, and 200K b/w, but they are very compact and have their own LCD screen (the two above need a PC):