My usual camping trek consisted of either putting up a 40m OCF dipole via a 35ft pushup mast center with 3-4 sections of military surplus 4ft tent poles at each end or running a 53ft longwire in an L configuration with the same 35ft mast as the upper end-point. The best report, at that time, came from the longwire. I usually breakdown the antennas the day before I need to leave. On the last trip, I decided to give my screwdriver a go while packing up all the pushup mast and tent poles. The screwdriver mount is up on the passenger side rear quarter near the ladder. I tried to couple in the rear steel frame of the coach and roof access ladder. This time, I used a pre-made 33ft long counterpoise wire attached to the base mount inductor screw out to a 6ft fence which gave me one elevated counterpoise. The report from the end station was the best yet out of all the other antenna options. Do I really need to be hauling all this other stuff while I could simply use the screwdriver antenna with at least one elevated counterpoise? What if I increased the counterpoise by 2 or 3 wires? There is not a lot of space in these tight RV beach sites. Bottom Line is that the screwdriver setup would simplify and save me put-up and break-down time. I would miss the fellow campers spontaneous questions that are often entertaining. I did not have the length of time to evaluate human made noise (e.g. inverters, generators and converters...) with the screwdriver. I must admit that the OCF did have a better noise floor. All antenna variants had a 1:1 isolator in front of the transceiver.