Sorry for the long post ... I have a Winegard Outdoor Flatwave AIR amplified antenna. I live in a pretty fringe area and was not surprised to have some issues using an antenna. I mounted my antenna on an existing Directv dish mount about 10' off the ground. It has since been raised to about 15' with no notable change in performance. All of the stations I want are at 92* (true) and I have a clear shot with no local impediments. Tvfool reports my stations in the yellow and pink areas for signal strength. Oddly, my best channels are in the pink range with at least 1edge. Those channels are in the "real" UHF range (CBS=43, NBC=36). I get full bars of signal strength on these channels and I have never had any audio drops or pixelations on these channels. The yellow area channels (which are supposed to be stronger) are my problem. Some of the time they work fine but they drift in and out (especially at dusk) and can stay out for nearly an hour at a time. These are in the "real" VHF range (ABC=7 and FOX=11). There are other channels in these ranges but they aren't as important to me. It is my understanding that these are HIGH VHF stations. TVfool reports these stations as follows: NM(dB), Pwr(dBm), path ABC = 23.4 -67.4 1Edge FOX = 19.5 -71.4 2Edge Again, surprisingly, FOX works better than ABC (but not much). I have concluded that my antenna is just not strong enough to reliably pick up the HIGH VHF channels. I can't install a gigantic antenna ... however I can go a little bit larger if it would promise to solve these HIGH VHF issues. Is there an antenna that would satisfy my needs or should I just be content with the channels I get?