The cost, aggravation and damage to your relationship with the neighborhood is not insignificant in this situation.
I'll have to agree with WA3YAY about keeping neighborhood "diplomatic relations" clean. The best way to avoid any of that is by going stealth. Now stealth doesn't meant that you can't put anything outside. Plenty of good options are available around. The secret of a good stealth antenna is to use the silhouette of your existing living environment to hide whatever antenna you want want to use. It's called "hide in plain sight" and usually nobody will say anything because they've no idea that an antenna is present is the area unless someone told them. Everything is a question of "education" in the matter.
Remember than people are afraid of unknown. Today's transceivers and electronic devices have nothing to do with 50's or even 70's technology. We've transistors and a better understanding of electronics than prevent all sorts of problems that use to happen 30 or 40 years ago. As an example of that I run a Tokyo Hi-Power 600W on my stealth antenna (Chameleon HYBRID) and I live in an apartment complex. For more than 7 years I NEVER had any complain about TV, Xbox or any other RFI problems and I'm right at the second floor of a 3 story building apartments.
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