I've been making do with a Terk outdoor antenna for the past five or six years, running a separate set of co-ax cables around my condo, next to the cables from DTV. Things have worked reasonably well, but now I've remodeled, and the cables are gone. I'm in Miami Beach, and my condo windows/door face West, and South. The transmitters for Miami Beach are all North of me. I found that I could get quite a bit of reception by attaching a six to ten foot section of antenna co-ax to the TV, and moving it to some spot that worked best - but it wasn't reliable - if i got up to move across the room, the reception might fail. The choice came down to the "Leaf" antenna, or what I finally bought, this Terk: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/terk-omnidirectional-flat-panel-hdtv-indoor-antenna-black/1439997.p?id=1219051875628&skuId=1439997 I'm very pleased with it. In my kitchen, with the antenna just outside of the kitchen, but not near the door or window, I got 66 channels. Delete half that are in Spanish, and the sales channels, and the religious channels, and I ended up with around 20 useful channels (to me). I was so pleased I bought a second antenna for the bedroom, where my large Sony pulled in 50 stations (which also ended up with 20 to 25 ones I kept). I'm sure there is no good answer here, but do devices now exist that allow a person to share the reception wirelessly, to other televisions? I doubt this is possible. Second question, for others who are now receiving OTA programming, if you want to record a program, short of buying or fixing a VCR, what's the way people do this nowadays?