10, 15 and 20 meters is really my priority (12 and 17 meter is low priority).
Then start with something like a 6BTV, 5BTV, 18AVQ, 14AVQ, or other trap vertical mounted
over a good system of ground radials. The ones that cover 80m will typically have a fairly
narrow bandwidth (often just a 80m mobile resonator on top of a 10-40m trap vertical.)
You can always add parallel wires for 12m and 17m, and there are add-on kits available for
some of the verticals.
The Butternut verticals are also a good option.
Once you get them adjusted you don't need a tuner (other than to extend the SWR bandwidth
That gets you started. From there you can see which bands are of most interest to you,
and where you want to improve things. But that makes it simple and relatively inexpensive
to start, and can give remarkably good performance.