Gordo was right, mine came with the campac module, but I changed it out with a higher capacity module that I bought from Don Edberg that had been in my super8. I went ahead and programmed my models into it (WHEW!) I set the reversing and end points, then most of the numbers (expo, d/r, mix percentages, etc.) were basically the same, so it wasn't as bad as starting from scratch. I noted the numbers from the Super8 and entered them into the 9C. I had nine models to program, not near what some guys have though.
I thought the new screen was easier and quicker to follow. Copying from one memory to another was easier too. The one thing I don't like, and it's minor, is that the neckstrap hooks on up higher on the face plate, which causes the transmitter not to balance as well when suspended from the strap, but I'll sure be able to live with it