And an antenna with top loading will have about 3 times the radiation resistance as base loading. I think for your situation a Hustler 5BTV with a remote tuner at the base will provide the best performance and it is 21' tall. On 10, 15, 20 and 40 meters the tuner will do little. On 80 meters the 5BTV is top loaded and has a 3:1 VSWR bandwidth of about 70 kHz. The tuner will extend this over the entire band. On 12, 17, and 30 meters the tuner will do the job. For 80 meters you will want to adjust the "resonator" whip to resonance at the center the part of the band you like to operate.
I have used a ground mounted 5BTV for nearly 20 years and NEVER needed a tuner on 40, 20, 15 or 10 as SWR is well below 2 to 1. On 80 I have a bandwidth of about 90khz at 2 to 1 or less. SWR does climb rapidly beyond this so a tuner would be needed if you want to cover a bigger area of 80.