I'm planning my DIY receive antenna selector switch. It'll have 6 inputs, 4 outputs (no splitters, one to one connections only), automatic grounding of all inputs when not in use as well as when external TX signal is input. Also receiver protection. However, I'm wondering what type of switching to use. I initially considered rotary wafer switches. I suppose those could work fine if thin coax was used to make connections. It is still an attractive option, but I'm also considering relays and reeds for potentially better isolation and future remote control possibility. HF rated relays are a buy too expensive for this project so I'm looking at alternatives. Mainly standard Pcb mounted miniature relays or auto relays. I've also recently bought some very cheap glass reed tubes. After wrapping one with thin magnet wire I have a tiny relay that I expect will work much better than submitiature dc relays on account of the Reed being more like a straight piece of wire when closed. So if you have experience switching receive antennas with wafer switches, non-hf rated submitiature relays or glass reeds, please let me know your thoughts. I'll be thinking about a transmit path switch in future, but that will need much higher rated switching devices so I would like to concentrate only on receive side here.