Direction May Be A Factor
I've never had cable/Direct/Dish/etc. always been OTA. There are many good things about digital TV but the directionality is a big problem for my location. I live in the center of an urban area and the TV signals come from multiple directions. So even though the transmitters are within 10 miles or so the signals are transmitted from 75, 270 and 320 degrees respectively. Depending on weather conditions (wind, humidity) and airplane landing patterns (yes, airplanes flying overhead affect the signal) I sometimes have to rotate the antenna to pick up a reliable signal. I also have some VHF and some UHF signals.
So whether you use tvfool.com or some other resource be sure to look at the direction of the transmitters. This may affect your decision on which antenna will work best for you. I'm considering an antenna rotator.
Dreamin' of Streamin'
FIRE'd at 52 on 7/8/11