I have had the desire to try a new antenna at a cabin I can go to during the winter. I thought up the wild idea of a ZS6BKW or a G5RV cage I would like to use 2 or 4 parallel wires spaced 3” (7.6 centimetres) apart on the radiating element, each side joined together on the feed point and ends. I am open to suggestions on G5RV vs ZS6BKW lengths, small length adjustments. I have spacers for 3” made but I can make other sizes. I have 300 ohm and 450 ohm DX Engineering window line to use as the matching section. I have 500 feet (152 Metres) of wire to experiment with. I have trees spaced apart to get it level at 50 feet(15 metres) above ground. I have tried to model this adventure in the free version of EZNEC but I need some training on how to use the program. I have been very happy with single band cage dipoles fed with a good balun. I really like my folded inverted V dipoles fed with window line at my home station. Has anybody ever tried this before? Anybody have any other ideas about this?