I am a relatively new Ham, having got my ticket in 2008. I jumped head first into the hobby, but lost some steam after having to move to PA. I have now redeveloped my interest and am currently studying for the General license exam. I just purchased my first HF rig (FT-857D) along with the LG YT-100 auto tuner. I enjoy listening very much and currently have a 10 meter dipole up at about 20', and I receive quite a bit (at least I think so) on the 80 and 40 meter bands. I intend to build my own antennas, and have also purchased an antenna analyzer to ease the process. Dipoles are my focus, as it is what my current QTH is best suited for. I know I have enough room between my chimney and a large tree in my back yard, to stretch a 40m dipole out (appx. 69') at about 35' AGL. I have already set up a system of pulleys to raise and lower the antenna as I need to. I am reading a lot about different dipole antennas, but think I have read so much that I have confused myself. If someone can explain or direct me to good info on the easiest way to get on 80m with the room that I have. The normal dipole is what best suits my needs as I do not have the ability to hang an inverted V. Thanks in advance!!