I have an extremely modest station that consists of an end-fed wire HF antenna, an end fed 6M antenna running down a length of wooden privacy fence and a dual band 1/4 wave VHF/UHF vertical on top of my garage. It’s not much and won’t break many pileups. But it’s been great to finally get back on the air. My current lineup of radios include:
HF: Yaesu FT-991A (160M-70cm)
Kenwood TS-680S (160M-6M)
2M/440 FM: Icom IC-T7A HT
2M: Kenwood TR-751A multimode
Most operation from the home station is FT8. The older TS-680S is exclusively used for 60M operation. I use Remote Ham Radio stations to work DX stations that would never hear me otherwise.
In 2022 I made the leap from paper logs to all electronic logging using Ham Radio Deluxe. I’m not sure why I held out as long as I did. My QSLing tasks have been greatly simplified as a result.
In Feb. 2019 I finished some work that wired up my upstairs study. I no longer have to operate downstairs with feedline running out a window. The operating position is much more comfortable now!