From the current makers of the Isopole... As it is well-known, the fiberglass antennas are too prone to receiving lightening discharges. The friction of the wind with the fiberglass increases the production of ozone in the air which is the chosen way for the lightening to discharge. Fiberglass + wind = ozone generation? Anyone else heard of this phenomena? The rest of the FAQ page looks like gibberish from non-technical marketing department folks so might have to take the above at arms length. Still if there is some truth to the above claim, I wonder if any of you can corroborate their premise.