I received my antenna today and stuck it up on an 8 foot mast stuck in the ground in my back yard close to the house (as a test). I have the 80 meter dipole, the zero 5 40 foot ground plane mounted on the roof, and now the loop antenna. The loop has an amplifier in the base fed power by an injector inside the house. On the broadcast band on up it seems to work VERY well. Lots less noise, lots less switching power supply noise, signals are down slightly sometimes but the noise level is WAY down. As it is, its a foot from the rain gutter in the back of the house, yet it seems to work great. As a loop, its bi directional, which is something else to experiment with, MFJ sells a cheap light duty rotor.... Unlike most MFJ products, it seems well made! As an RX antenna, it needs no tuning to work on all bands which is great, its also very small, and seems to not need to be mounted high up!