I'm thinking about HDTV. I may be wasting my trying to get Jax OTA from about 63 miles away here in the Golden Isles of Georgia. First I'm not even sure which, if any Jax stations are broadcasting in HD. Second, at 63 miles distance, I would have to mount one of two types of high-gain UHF antennae; either a UHF yagi or a 8-element bowtie/screen antenna, the latter of which, at +12dB, has the highest gain on the UHF spectrum, being rated at 60 miles nominal. I'll be shooting to Jax over the roof of my one-story apartment home, 190* to the south, from the uncovered, fenced-in patio area at the back. When I first looked at the apartment, I told the apartment manager I was going to mount a satellite dish. She said as long as the pole is sunk within the confines of the patio it was ok. I didn't tell her that I was mounting two dishes (61.5/110/119) on a 12'-15' pole, with the 36" sq, 8-bay bowtie perched on top. Any of you with fringe UHF experience, please let me know what you think of this plan. The terrain is flat (~10' above sea level) with a lot of rivers and wet marsh between here and Jax. Also, what is your opinion about, if needed, adding a signal amp at the ant. tie-on. I know all this will be trial-and-error, but I would appreciate your ideas.