Well, with my upcoming move to Maine this fall (2015) I have been forced to move away from my 260' balanced line fed antenna. The new property is 100' X100' . I have a couple of trees 50' H ( +/- ) . Studying the available trees and distance from the rear of the lot... it looks like I can hang a sloping, inverted V in the tallest tree near the street (Northeast) and string each leg of the V toward the rear ( southwest ) property corners. They would slope downward from the tree. I have available 2 end fed "QSO king" wire antennas I bought for receiving. They have a well built PVC termination box with internal balun, SO-239 on the bottom, & stainless steel connections and hook eyes. I figured I will be better off hooking these together and using them as one inverted V, as opposed to 2 end-fed. I think they shipped with 117' of 14ga wire each. If my math is correct, I'll have plenty for an 80M "V" but, I'll be a little short for 1.9MC. I'll probably wind up calling CQ to all fish in the north Atlantic PS: I put an ad on Craigslist this spring for a tree climber and got 5 calls Prices ranging from $50 to $200 to hang a pulley.