Sorry we never crossed paths on 40 meters. I had heard that W1AW-AM was on 7285, but I was not able to find you once I spooled up from 7266 or elsewhere far lower. 40 meters was really packed with AM Rally signals. My strategy, wherever I ended up, was to AVOID an exact "0" or "5" frequency, so that anyone could distinguish my carrier from any of the weaker international SW b'cast stations that began to come in. Marathon Operator Award Nominee has to be Steve, KøSF at Minneapolis. He was on for most of Saturday, came back early Sunday, and took 40 meters out to when the band closed around 9pm EST Sunday night. A real Channel Master, besides, with a commanding signal from his Collins 20V3, and a rotatable 40 meter beam, yee-haw!