This was supposed to be attached to Post 15! I started with 3 scrapped CB 5/8 verticals found at the town transfer station or hamfest years before the Chinese Flu. Removing the matching coil inside the base and adding a short #12 wire in place I make the aluminum element a 1/4 wave on the lowest frequency. Using a stepladder next to a 10' TV mast found curbside and semi stabilized inside a concrete block and finished off with some Dacron rope guys. Then attach 4 #12 stranded and insulated elevated 1/4 wave radials and tweak to resonance using a MFJ 259B. (I did this long before the nanoVNA came along) Then fold over and attach another #12 for the next higher frequency to the center element using ~5" long sun resistant plastic standoffs. Add radials and tune. For the next highest band attach the standoff on the other side, etc, etc. The standoffs are attached with self tapping screws and a hole for the wire. When finished the antennas are clamped to 20' heavy duty TV masting, separated enough to not interact and using a HB relay box to a single RG-6 quad shield coax elevated thru tree branches back to the house. Decoupled at the antennas and again at the relay box and again at the house entrance with one each Fair Rite 2631803802 toroids available from most major distributors such as Mouser, Newark, Arrow, etc. All materials were from metal scrap yards, town "dump", curbside, fleamarkets, yard sales, and hamfests. KIC= Keep it cheap. The antennas here are for 10/12/15; 17/20; and 30/40 and used mostly on vintage boatanchor gear on plate modulated AM (Johnson/Collins) plus some CW and SSB with a HT-32B and CE 100V. Working others, including DX when the bands cooperate is no problem using a well built vertical, and not some compromised, poorly designed, overpriced POJ. As sunspots increase the long haul paths favor low angles and there the verticals rule the roost. Also fine for local roundtables, etc. I have no way of making instant comparisons with the main station wires and yagis but Ive worked all over the US and the world with ~100W and minimum audio processing and shaping from NH which is seldom known for its good propagation. Much more power is available when deliberate QRM needs a lesson.