The Ramsey FM100B is a good deal. It sounds pretty good and is stable and clean. I built one for a friend and he used it for a couple years. He brought it for me to fix and I found a penny and a paper clip inside. I cleaned it up and it still works well. I did modify it with an external antenna port so we could run a small amp. It doesn't want to be driven hard.
The pcs-electronics CYBER MAX boxes are a good buy, too. They're modular so you can mix and match parts. They even have an RDS board you can pop in there. I modified one of those with a PL-259 connector and a cooling fan upgrade. They have several adjustments so you can just buy the boards you want, or a whole package.
The built in compressor might be OK for talk, but it was pathetic for music.
If you want REAL equipment, google: Broadcast Electronics, Harris, Collins, Armstrong, Marti (low-end), Crown, QEI (low-end)
REAL antennas are made by ERI, Scala, Cellwave, Harris, Shively, Jampro("junkpro", Kathrein