I am considering getting my ticket and want to know what attic antenna options I have. I measured the attic and got 30x25 feet with various heights from near 0 feet to about 10 feet max. I see a pair of those metal vertical ducts up there. One has about 10 feet visible and the other has maybe 7 or 8 feet visible. The base of the attic is about 28 feet above ground with a clear shot outside to the SW, W, and NW but some obstructions in the other directions. The terrain here is also very flat. The highest part of the attic is 38 feet above ground. 1st question: What would be the easiest HF antenna to erect and amateur band to listen in on? The built in tuner on the Yaesu FT-767GX will only handle mismatched antennas of about 3:1 SWR according to the operator's manual so I dont want to "stress it out". 2nd question: how would I be able to use multiple bands with just a single antenna or would I need multiple antennas up there? 3rd question: Since I already have a Yagi-Uda antenna that will work with 70cm, would I be better off selling the Yaesu FT-767GX all band HF transceiver and getting say a 70cm HT and hitting one of the local repeaters? At least that way I will get some directivity. 4th question: I also have a discone antenna which is supposed to be able to cover 27-900 Mhz maybe and is supposed to be able to Tx on several of those frequencies too but I forget which ones. Maybe I could use that as a generic 70cm, 2m, and 6m attic antenna. It will fit in the section of the attic that is about 10 feet tall but unfortunately that is where that 10 foot metal duct is nearby. 5th question: I have 10 meter vertical end fed 1/2 wave antenna but I would have to mount in horizontally up there. Would that antenna only be good for 10m or can it be used for other bands too such as 12m, 15m, and even 20m? Remember I could just listen in on these bands to hear how far I am pulling in signals from so that is about 1/2 the fun. It would also motivate me more to get my ticket because if I hear people I would naturally want to try to talk back to them.