The kinda Roger Waters "The Wall" era title for this post means tests of the fishing rod are still underway. I couldn't be more sincere: I'm really pleased with the results. And this apply also for frequencies where I didn't think it would perform that much. July is not at all season for tropical bands, but last wendesday I decided to give a try to the lower spectrum portion. I've honestly been surprised by the performance. Hear for yourselves what were Radio Clube do Para, from Brazil, on 4885 kHz, and Radio Sonder Grense, on 3320 kHz, from Republic of South Africa. If the former can be considered a regular for its channel (and if you don't hear it, you can switch off radio, and put on pay tv), latter is not an habitué at the rendez-vous with propagation. For what my short experience counts, I had never heard it so consistent. Tests will go on. As Roger taught us, there is no second part without a third one. Stay tuned!