HR555 does not apply specifically to HOA's. It applies to CA's, which is a far wider spectrum of communal agreements, a vast majority of which do NOT invoke antenna restrictions---but if HR555 becomes law, ALL of these CA's will now have to deal with antennas from hams, for these agreements have wording of :"other matters as they arise", or similar. That's the issue. For example, I do NOT live in an HOA, but my farm in KY HAS several CA',s which meet the above. None of these agreements talk about antennas, All have 'other matters as they arise' langauge. Because of this and under advice of multiple counsel, I decided to can construction of a superstation. The prediction I got is that a court case--which would inevitably arise undr HR555-- would cost me about $400,000 and take 2-5 years. I can afford the cost, but can think of far more constructive ways to spend that bread. But-- I am 63. ^%*%^* waiting 5 years for resolution on something that should have been done properly in the first place. Really a pity. The farm has a hill with the farmhouse, and a 60-80 foot gently sloping drop off in almost all directions. A limestone cave, too. True ham nerd-vana.