I am wanting to replace my random piece of long wire antenna for something more efficient that I can safely expect to load up for transmission from my old boat anchor Yaesu FT-902DM. The restriction is that it has to be end fed as it goes across our front lawn and I don't want to to be either visually intrusive, nor needing a cable other than the feed in cable running across the place. I have done a very crude sketch of my two obvious anchorage options. My "shack" is the upstairs of our bungalow, and the antenna feed in needs to be via the porthole window it has, at the end of the house. The current long wire has its anchorage above this window, on a rope with two insulators, that exits the brickwork above the window at a height of about 23 feet. The other end of my random wire has another rope anchorage with two insulators at the top of a tree in the garden, at a height of about 30 feet. The length of the wire itself. less guy ropes, is about 190 feet. There's another handy tree in the garden about 100 feet from the house end anchorage, shown on the drawing. I can use that as a second anchorage, or instead of using the tree about 200 feet away. Can anyone think of any half decent options using these 3 fixed points for an HF aerial for 160, 80, 40 and maybe 20 metre bands? The drawing can be accessed at http://www.gatesgarth.com/plan.jpg I can run a ground from the garden beneath the level of my shack. The ground wire will terminate in a six foot galvanised earth spike driven into damp soil, it will by necessity be at a distance of about 25 feet from the transceiver and ATU. I know it's not ideal but I have to work within these criteria. Thanks.