I have made quite a few changes to my Web page about Beverage receiving antennas recently, and I would appreciate any input (good or bad) concerning it. It's at http://www.w0btu.com/Beverage_antennas.html. I created that page because I found that there was no single source that you could go to if you wanted to build a good bi-directional Beverage antenna. We're not quite there yet, but that is my ultimate goal. After reading it, What information is missing? What questions does it leave unexplained, etc. ? It's tough to do a good job of explaining something that you are very familiar with. For example, I wrote an instruction manual for a product that I helped develop for the packaging industry almost 20 years ago. It was a disaster. When I flew around the country for that company visiting their customers, I found that a lot of technicians simply did not grasp a number of important points that I was trying to explain. It helps a lot if the end-user --who is not intimately familiar with something you've helped develop-- has some input. That's why the programmer should never be the sole author of the manual for the software he wrote. Well, I certainly did not invent the Beverage antenna, but I'm sure there are things that I could have explained better on that page. Any suggestions would be more than welcome.