This has probably been dealt with before, but I haven't been able to dig it up so at the risk of engendering the wrath of some folks, I'll ask it again. I picked up a little BNC to two binding post adaptor, and carry it along in my QRP kit bag. I was planning to try it out this weekend and compare it against my usual coax fed inverted-V I use. My idea was to just put one dipole arm on each post, and toss the far ends up in trees or something as far as possible - sort of an upside down inv-V with no feedline. I thought I'd ask though, in case there was any other or better options for how to configure this. One wire run vertical, other along the ground? Or what about using paired speaker wire, separate two dipole arms to resonant length and leave a paired 'feedline' section back down to the radio? All things I will probably try, but if there's a clever (and efficient) configuration for this direct to binding posts antenna, I'd be interested to hear.