Tomorrow I am finally erecting my new hex beam antenna and I have a few short questions; Is it ok to zip tie the coax directly to the metal mast pipe? I'm trying to keep things neat and tidy and from flapping in the wind. Since my rotor is close to ground level and the whole mast turns, what would be a good way to ground the mast to a grounding rod? I suppose I could just leave enough slack in the grounding wire to accommodate the turn radius? Finally, is it ok to run the rotor control cable in the same conduit as the antenna coax? I do plan on running up to a thousand watts occasionally and around 500 watts often. I am unsure if RF would be a problem with the rotor cable. The total run to the shack is 100 feet. I built a wooden tilt over mast support. The total height to the top of the metal mast is 35 feet. As soon as I get things in place and cleaned up I will post up some photos. Thanks in advance folks!