I'm going to be installing a Winegard 7698 antenna w/rotor on a 50' mast. I'll have a 95' run of RG6 from the antenna to my receiver. My locals are fairly close-by, right around 27 miles. I realize an amp's not necessary except for the fact that I'd like to pull in fringe UHF (and one VHF) channels from another city via towers that are a ways out (about 85 miles). With my existing antenna, a Winegard 7080P on a 20' mast, I can occasionally pick up several VHF stations when atmospheric conditions are favorable. What I'd like to do is be able to receive UHF channels from those same towers again, as conditions allow. At best, I'm guessing it'll be hit and miss most of the time but still, since I'm going to the trouble of installing a new antenna and mast, I'd like to be able to pull in all the digital channels that I can. I've spoken with a tech at Winegard about their HDP269 amplifier, a relatively low gain unit which should work fine for me being I'm not too far from my local broadcast towers. Question is, would an amp installed on a <100 foot continuous run of cable (no splitter) be of any benefit, particularly with respect to the distant UHF signals I'd like to receive? Keep in mind, it would be in series with a fairly high gain antenna. Thanks!