So I just got the amplifier in and it did help to stabilize the signals coming from the NBC and CBS stations. My goal was to get the CBS station at minimal at 60% strength to prevent pixelation. The moment the LCC hits 50% or lower is when the pixelation starts. The PBS station is a lost cause until the repack for indoor reception according to RabbitEars. Although I did experiment with moving the ClearStream antenna around and found an unusual spot in my living room that got a really good signal with the amplifier when it comes to my CBS station. I also did a LCC vs AM21N test and surprisingly the AM21N beats out the LCC when locking onto signals. While I like the seamless transition of the LCC when going from a satellite delivered channel to an OTA channel I may keep the AM21N hooked up for now since it it holding on to the signals better. I'm also shocked the AM21N also has a way less variable gap with with the NBC, CBS, ION and CW stations despite them both being connected to the same exact antenna with the same amplifier in the same location. CBS is surprising me the most as the AM21N has never went below 81%! Oh that's a good idea may have to look into that. Although I did happen to notice a small area where I could put a pole mount and get a clear LOS to the towers where NBC, CW, CBS, PBS (and soon to be ION after the repack) are located. Apparently it doesn't matter where I point this antenna the Sinclair O&O (ABC) and its sidecar (Fox) will come in rain or shine despite being 30 miles away ROFL.