I have had very good luck with my 80 and 40 meter fan dipole, coax fed, low swr at 7290 and 3880. No baluns, no traps, just wire and coax. I find it very handy to be able to just jump from one band to the other without switching anything or tuning anything. I also have a 40 meter dipole that has gone very high in swr, it now seems to have a low swr at some point below 7 MHz.... So I plan on taking that down and putting up the following antenna: Alpha delta LB, its a 160 to 40 meter antenna with coils that sort of act like traps but are not. Its only about 100 feet long which is about all the space I have for this antenna. I plan on adding 20, 10 and 6 meter legs to the LB to make a fan dipole that does 160 to 6 meters. 160 is going to be very poor, but it will work well on receive. 80 is also going to be somewhat poor. The coils on the Alpha Delta will not take much power on AM, maybe 100 watts. They can heat up and melt the pvc forms they are wound on. So its a lower power antenna. I am not sure how 6 meters will work, I have never seem 6 included on a fan dipole. I know everyone will say OWL and a good tuna, but it would be a real problem to get the owl into the shack through tree's and gutters and brick, and into the shack where there is no balanced tuna. Fan dipoles take some careful pruning but once done are fantastic to use.