Sounds good, but I still think an independent consultant can show you all the options for your country, and break down the costs of radios, programming, licence fees and encryption fees.
There are other choices in digital radios on the market that could suit your needs. Motorola radios, of course, are top quality and they have a wide range of models.
Don’t forget to factor in the cost of obtaining and maintaining your radio licence for your frequencies, plus the cost in time for radio management and programming.
Also, digital radios can be monitored, the same as analog. It requires encryption to prevent radios from being monitored, and this involves an extra cost.
The one licence-free option you might look at (if they are legal in your country) is the Motorola DTR/DLR series radios. These are the frequency-hopping, spread-spectrum radio that cannot be monitored by anyone without another DTR or DLR radio. They are full digital, have great clarity and excellent range, especially in buildings. The DLR1060 would fit your needs. No licencing is required and no encryption is needed because they can only be monitored by other DTR or DLR radios with the same ID number. (There are ten thousand combinations available.)
Motorola has a new DTR model due soon (DTR700) so maybe check with your Motorola dealer to see if they are legal in the Bahamas.
DLR radios are not cheap, but you get a top quality compact two-way radio, with no further expense for licences or encryption, and ID numbers can be changed for your whole fleet in minutes on free Customer Programming Software or directly on the radios.
Let us know if we can help with any other questions.