How do these two programs stack up against each other in terms of ease of use and getting things done with minimum fuss? Particularly for someone who would not use them every day and probably won’t attain guru-level proficiency? I’ve fooled with both EZNEC trial version and 4NEC2 over the years without really getting to know either well. Mostly for simple things involving dipoles, inverted vees and verticals on a suburban lot. I do have the impression that 4NEC2 has some very nice graphical features, but has both a steep learning curve and mediocre documentation. EZNEC’s entry seems more primitive, but the program seems more widely used and better documented. Today I was checking how far away the end of my 80m inv. vee would have to be from my neighbor to be in compliance with MPE standards. 4NEC2 did the job after a couple of hours of me head-scratching. It reminded me that I really ought to decide on one or the other program. Any thoughts on their comparative strengths and weaknesses?