The 60 meters is a continuous band on my KX3. I have not checked the usable frequency range for transmit, but it's configured to TX across the 60 m allocations so that when changes like the last channel change occur, they don't have to hustle through firmware upgrades.
Yes - You Want One! If I had known how excellent the KX3 is, I would not have hesitated. I was thinking 'I don't NEED another QRP rig." Well this is the best receiver I have ever used, including Watkins-Johnson 'survey receivers' back in the day. 12 Watts max is not a limiting factor and is only 1.5 S-units below 100 Watts, but a LOT easier to keep operating when there is no commercial power. I run it at 10 Watts most of the time. The built-in RTTY & PSK31 is a perk and also a nice intel device, for seeing what people are talking about, without requiring a computer or smart phone.
W7ASA ..._ ._
When I was 26, it was all 'hardware'.
By 46 it was 'firmware'.
Now that I'm 56, it's all turning to "SOFTware"!