I'm just wondering-due to space limitations, my 100' end-fed wire has to make an abrupt turn at the 45' mark. By abrupt, I mean it makes an immediate bend there around a 2" wood dowel. My question is this-does that hard bend that makes this wire a "horizontal "L" cause a change in the receive characteristics of this wire? Should I take steps to "round out" that turn to make it more continuous? Or do you think it makes no difference? It works very well as it is but I wonder if it's all it could be.