I live in a two story apartment building and I've gotten permission from my landlord to put in place an antenna. I'm thinking about running ~30ft of copper cable vertically alongside the apartment, which has a brick exterior. Mostly concrete or cement construction as well. The vertical would run at the corner of the building. I would run two, 40m quarter wavelength counterpoises, one running North, the other running West. The three wires and coax would meet at an outdoor rated PVC box. Box would be properly labeled as messing around with the box could cause RF burns. Coax would be looped around sufficiently to create an air choke. This would be right before it enters the PVC box. I'd have my radio, a FT-101ZD plugged into a tuner as well. I do plan to get the ARRL antenna theory book as well as I think that's my (and probably mostly everyone's) weakest point. Anyone have any suggestions or recommendations as to what I could do differently?