So after my recent lightning strike, which fried the power supply of my Dinova Boss Mix antenna, I've found myself pondering how to prevent this from happening going forward. The Dinova has two rabbit ear side-lobes that can be recessed into the plastic casing of the antenna. Would it be wise to recess those to help prevent another direct hit? Alternately, the Diginova Boss antenna (the Dinova's predecessor) has no rabbit ears at all; it's all plastic. Would this be an even better alternative? Since plastic isn't a conductor, I'm hoping changing to something all-plastic might help reduce these strikes (I've experienced at least 3 over the years).