I'm interested in building a foxhunt antenna for 2 meters, and am tossing around ideas. I'd like some advice and input of the antenna gurus here, please. I see a lot of these "tape measure" yagi designs floating around, but I don't want to do that. I just don't like the idea of a cut up tape measure flipping around, and plus, it doesn't look very.. Cool? Plus, EVERYONE seems to use those, and I'm not everyone. I want an edge. I want something that PERFORMS. Due to that, my questions mostly regard the actual design and measurements. - Will adding additional directors increase the RECEIVE-ability of the antenna? Or do directors merely focus the transmit radiation pattern more sharply? - If I want sheer receive gain, would adding multiple reflectors help there? I understand while not required, a small adjustable attenuator would be handy to have. Anyone have a link to a design for something I can whip up with a few parts from the junk drawer? Lastly - and I know this is a long shot - but if anyone out there is bored and would graciously care to model something on EZNEC for me, I'd be forever grateful.