>>Maybe it will
>>help dispell some of the myths about lightning protection.
>I agree, as long as the Polyphaser guys acknowledge that most ham
>installations do not need to be connected to their antennas 24/7...
>I'd much rather disconnect
>every conductor outside the house and know I'm safe than gamble on being
>able to hold my shack at ground potential through "the big one."
So I have a dilemma. Right now with the shack on the hill, I disconnect the
cables when I leave. Like Pete says, it works fine - I get lightning, I
don't get damage. One day I would like to have some amount of remote
capability, so naturally I watch the Polyphaser price list.