I recently 'cut the cable' and opted for using a decent indoor antenna to get local stations to supplement my Netlfix and Hulu Plus streaming content I get from my Roku device. I read the reviews and was hopeful this antenna would come through for me. After trying several locations both upstairs and downstairs in my condo, I got 8 HD stations upstairs on my older CRT tube TV (mainly ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, Univision and their subs) plus other decent ones (Discover, CW, Azteca, MundoFX, LATV, CoziTV). For downstairs I interestingly got 19 HD stations on my late model LCD flat screen (all of the above plus a whole lot more local channels), so I am keeping the antenna downstairs. Considering that I live about a thousand feet from a huge cell phone tower directly between me and the major televisions towers I am trying to receive from 10-18 miles away, I am a bit stumped as to why I get so many stations downstairs instead of upstairs (perhaps the downstairs LCD TV processes the signal better than my upstairs older TV? Both are HDTV). A bit counter-intuitive, but there you have it. Decided to keep the Winegard FL5000 FlatWave HDTV Indoor Flat Antenna and looking to buy the pre-amped model for upstairs. Would recommend this antenna due to the low price and very high clarity it delivers. Definitely got my money's worth.