Basically, another thread about how to work around CC&Rs--if you have any ideas. No sooner that I acquired a Hustler 6BTV vertical then we look to move to a new subdivision and I get the CC&R docs from it. Current setup was a long end-fed that I used for 160 on down, and a 80-10m trap dipole. Now radio silent in this apartment for the time being but will change that soon. I really enjoyed DXing on 40, 20 and the WARC bands. My reading of it is--you can't do anything--no antennas, etc. I'm going to do something within the ability that I have--whether it be a stealth dipole in the attic, a dipole just under a non-metal gutter, use a wire end-fed as a stealth vertical, spiral dipole, mag loop, etc. But I'm not happy as you can imagine. A problem that many are having. Not looking for legal advice, but perhaps some reasonable workarounds. The 'antenna' narrative is short. I was thinking I could somehow disguise the vertical as a flagpole and still use it--if that's how you read the 'flagpole' narrative. Gives no guidance on the particular limitations--front or backyard, height, etc., except it sounds like To Be Determined. So I won't know on that one for a long time. I should just fly a white 'surrender' flag or a Soviet flag to express my displeasure. 160 is probably out unless I go NVIS around the backyard fence about 6-7' off the ground--definitely not DXing that way. Dipole 40-10 might fit in the attic or top of the roofline somehow but wouldn't be very straight that way. Run an end-fed over the roof and down both sides of the house like a mod'ed inverted V. A screwdriver vertical would work but basically forget DXing I'm thinking. Mag loops seem doable but are very spendy and I'd need a spendy tuner for them. I guess I'll be heading to the hills and rolling mobile--tossing out a dipole in the hilltops, until I find a better solution. RF limits with kids bedrooms upstairs and me being amp-happy on RTTY will be an issue. I won't have a neighbor to the back, which will give East-West orientation to any dipole, etc. The short sides of the house are North-South but probably too short for anything except 6-20, if that.