Esoteric ham ethics question, don't blame me for wasting your time if you keep reading! I plan on turning my car into a "remote" battery powered (not the car's battery) station. Car will be off and stationary in my driveway, I'll operate the radio from inside over wifi on days when rain & lightning threaten. I disconnect antennas from the inside-the-house shack altogether. I don't plan on connecting the outdoor antenna to the radio in the car, instead just a simple single-band hamstick in a magmount on the roof of the car. I don't plan on adding "mobile" when I call to a DX station or in a contest, but I'm curious what y'all think about the "ethics" of doing so under the circumstances above. Seems like a lot of stations will give a little preference when they hear mobile in a pileup. Seems to me that preference is because the mobile station's propagation could change at any moment, not just because they're using a compromised antenna.