I have a 80m EFHW that I'd like to use on 60m and 160m if possible. Anymore I run a vertical and do rather well with that, but not enough space for 60m and below radials, so the lower bands 60/75/80/160 would need to run longwire or EFHWs. Not really enough space for a skyloop. Anyways, my understanding of the EFHW is that my particular one is an 80m EFHW. Element length seems about right for a 75/80m length. To run 60m, some would just tune it as-is, and accept the losses. I'd imagine most would just add enough wire to make it a 160m EFHW, and just tune it on 60/75/80m. Is there a better way to do this? Traps/coils/links/etc.? I looked into doing it as a multiband fan-type element. Nope. Won't work. The part I'm never sure about is the counterpoise length. Some people run NONE, others run a 5% WL, and others seemingly run a halfwave. And given it is intended in my use to be multiband, I suppose I have muddied it further. Ideas? I'm up to running it as a random/longwire as well (some disagreement online on the terms). It may end up being easier with my remote auto-tuner if I did so, though not married to the idea of using it--the mismatch could be super high. Big Bertha, the Dentron MT-3000 should match it, then.