I'm about to install my 1st G5RV as an inverted V but also with each "Flat Top" end angled toward each other somewhere near 90 degrees, likely a little less than that due to space and support constraints on my property. I would like to have the experts here check my logic that it should perform similar to a V-Beam antenna as mostly directional toward the down sloped ends, medium lobes in the opposite direction, and relatively narrow on each with some weak side lobes. Assuming I'm correct in that, I am also wondering what the effect of putting a sloper wire up from a well grounded low feed point to an end that would share the same vertical support point as the center of my inverted V G5RV. I'm hoping that I could switch to using the wire as the antenna if I'm looking to reach out in a direction perpendicular to the main lobes of my G5RV's V-Beam reach. The tall support point would be near 60-70 feet with each lower end of the inverted v no more than 25 ft lower than that. The long wire will be 71 ft. All angles would be as symmetrical as possible. Ged by 35ish ft of 50 ohm coax from a external tuner, with a few 6-8 inch coils just before the feedpoint to G5RV. How do you think this will perform? Are there any obvious flaws or concerns I'm not considering (aside from departing from the recommended G5RV installation as a linear flat top)? Assuming it works at all, what adjustments/factors should I be focused on to get it to work as well as possible? Thanks for any theories you are willing to offer! I'll be sure to post an update once I get it all up.