Hi Guys! I had my foundation licence since 2010 and really enjoying ham radio. Recently I have been enjoying 2M and 70cms a lot more. I think that if we don't use it we will lose it especially when it comes to the 70cm band here in the UK/ My plan is this! Firstly get on air on UHF as much as possible! I`m lucky to have two options of stacking 70cm antennas. See what you think? I have two small 2 element beams HB9CV with the beehive capacitor in them for matching. I will soon have two 10 element beams for 70cm Diamond type with the DIAMOND SS430 70cms Phasing Harness. I just need to get myself the final 10 element to get this project complete. I have been able to DX on 70cm here in Scotland to the south where I have a good take off! With 10 watts power I have managed to get as far as wales so far and I`m only 30m above sea level... This was just using the 10 element beam on the horizontal position in the garden at about 8m high... My question is this! Is there any difficulties in co-phasing antennas I should be aware about and is there any decent websites with information about how to stack UHF antennae properly? I just don`t seen to hear anything locally in my area that has stacked their beams. Is there a certain distance between the beams I should work out or just move the antenna equally away from each other until I get a good standing wave ratio? Would love to hear others experiences on vertical and horizontal stacking of two beams co=-phased? Even 4 if you have managed to do that? Thanks for all your comments in advance... .mm6eco.