Love this forum, thanks for all the great advice. I've been stalking for a while, posting for the first time. My wife and I recently moved and are having trouble getting a consistent signal in the new house. The set up looks something like this: Mohu Sky antenna connected to a ChannelMaster Ultra-mini 8 distribution amp. That run is about 15' 6 home runs from the amp to each wired room in the house. Some of the runs are 100'+ Mohu inline amplifier connected to the main TV. I get good reception on 1 or two channels, but spotty reception on the others, depending on the weather. This is the longest run in the house. Other TVs don't have amplifiers, signal is lousy. I think the biggest issue is the number of times the antenna is split, combined with the very long runs of cable. Trying to decide what to do next. Some things I'm considering: Disconnect unused home runs from the distribution amplifier Terminate unused connections on the distribution amp Raise the Antenna mast another 15'. It's currently on the garage, could go up another story to the top of the house, though this would add probably 30'-40' of cable. The signal is very good when connected to only one TV. Add amplifiers at the end of each run, where it connects to the TV. I don't have a lot of room to reroute and shorten the runs. Are their any downsides to these fixes? Any other suggestions? My wife's Law & Order addiction thanks you in advance.