You could do the same thing with a 43 foot vertical (wire or tubing), a radial field, and a tuner at the base of the antenna. Really is the "ideal" way to do it.
NA4IT has a very good approach. A lot cheaper to build the antenna and use the saved money for an MFJ high power remote tuner. (MFJ998RT??) about $760?? Full legal limit tuner that works well on the 43 footer. You might need an external coil for 160M.
If I were in the market, I would buy the DX Engineering 43 footer without the balun and do what NA4IT mentioned. Or fabricate something that is 43 feet tall and insulated from the ground and you have arrived.
DX Engineering has insulated tilt-over base for verticals and MFJ has a better solution that is cheaper for a tilt-over base.
Nothing wrong with Zero-Five. Are you going to try to put 5KW into it??