MY QUESTION - Does anyone make a time-proven mount and mast that will allow me to mount the mast to the upper most trunk of a tree and not kill the tree? MY CONCEPT - I'm hoping the tree trunk will disguise my mast enough that I can get decent height without an "ugly" metal tower. I can get the first 25-30 feet of height using a tree trunk and have it support a mast that gets me another 20 feet or more. The tree trunk is aesthetically pleasing and that way the mast will be less noticeable at ground level. The wife says this approach is okay with her, and that's always good to hear. The mast will be used to support a dipole or hang an inverted vee or possibly support a vertical & radials and/or J-pole or whatever. Any comments on the viability of this approach would also be welcome. Thanks to all.