I've decided that since I have free reign over the attic, I need (and want) an antenna farm up there.
What I Have
Currently, only one antenna exists in the attic: an 80-10m trap dipole. It works pretty well and can be tuned on 160m and 6m, but it is limited in direction.
What I Want
Everything! Well, almost...
Since my dipole lacks the NE and SW parts of the country, I want to build another and place it perpendicular to the current one.
I also want to install 2m and 70cm rigid dipoles (horizontal) on rotators. That will be interesting considering the issues with the roof structure.
Last, I want vertically polarized antennas for 6m, 2m, and 70cm. Sometimes I need those bands. More often, I want those bands.
Since I'm talking about three antennas that connect to the HF port of my rig and an additional four for the VHF port, I want to have only two expensive coax feeders. I'll also do something to remote switch the antennas. I'll probably run a CAT5 line with the antenna lines to help with this.
In addition to the antennas, I want to put HSMM-Mesh in my attic. That will require another CAT5 line as well as a POE injector (which I'll likely build myself).
The diagram isn't exact, and I haven't compared my logbook to where I think my dipole hits well, but it's close enough.