Henry.....I think I see where you misunderstood my intentions and what it was I said. In the quote below I was assuming the design of 399's quad was a basic everyday common quad design and is the reason I said most of the current is in the driver element. I still stand by that. Next I said :"Any antenna I have seen has the most RF current in the driver element and first director with negligible current in the reflector and further directors." which I also stand by. I have known that there are times the first director can have more RF current in it than the driver element. I have such an antenna that I built myself. My six element 6m yagi is built like this based on the OWA. This is it on the bottom.Notice the spacing which is similar to the second current plot on this site. http://www.qsl.net/dk7zb/DK7ZB-Match/theory_28ohm.htm You stated "Besides that first director, there are antennas where other parasitic elements have the highest amount of current. So to your last question asked...yes there are." which is what I was asking for an example of......an example of an antenna where the most current is in an element OTHER THAN the driver OR the first director.