I am getting a simple 10x12 wood shed dropped on my NC (2 acre) property this spring or summer. Will have a simple steel door with house locks. And of course eve vents per normal shed. The door will not face the road but parallel. Shed is set to be 75' back from the road and zoning has issued a permit based on that (and future house). I do have a wooded area also which lines the back and right side. I was thinking for EComms the following: Simple 10' top rail maybe a foot or two in the ground (concrete) and attached to the house with 3-4 or the standard 6" wall brackets as well. I would leave another 10' top rail in shed as well as a simple CB/Export rig like a Lincoln 2+ or AT-6666. Also thinking a un-assembled Sirio GPS27 or A99, and a endfed or dipole (20/40m) laying inside also for HF gear as needed. Figure with 2x top rails the antenna would be up about 18' or so to the feed point without any duress. I plan on predrilling 3-4 holes where the top rail meet and uses sleeve as well like this with bracket above and 2-3 brackets below to keep joint flex down. Thoughts?? Was also thinking 2-100w solar panels, solar controller, and some 12v wiring coming in to the shed for a battery bank. This isn't my first go round with solar. (Last setup was 1300w of panels and Midnite Classic and a 660ah battery bank). Had already had a passing 'perc' test so next spring would be septic tank (hopefully) and then house or dropped new mobile as well within 3 years (goal) and a well.