Since I'm staying at my current residence longer than planned, I'm already getting new antennas, & I have my UHF antennas purchased (2 Winegard HD9032 antennas). I however haven't fully decided on a VHF antenna. Since all antenna manufacturers overall focused on VHF-Hi only antennas & VHF/UHF antennas, Antennacraft CS600 is the only current choice available. Does anyone on this board use this antenna? How well does it work for those who have it? The only station I need VHF-Lo is WOCK-CD on RF 4 from Chicago. This is my TV Fool chart. The only subchannel on WOCK-CD I would watch is America One for a few shows. Otherwise, I wouldn't bother with VHF-Lo, since they're the only station on VHF-Lo that's digital. WLFM-LP on analog RF 6 has a CP to flash-cut to digital on RF 6 at the same wattage of 3kw, but they're waiting until the end of 2015, because they're operating as an FM station rather than an actual TV station, & can't do that once they do digital. So when they have to go digital, they have to be a real TV station, & not sure what they'd air on the channel. For VHF, WBBM-TV on RF 12 & WLS-TV on RF 7 (they're operating on RF 44 from the Sears Tower, but their signal drops out on me since returning to the Sears Tower on RF 44, but didn't do so on the John Hancock) otherwise are the only stations I need, but want WOCK-CD for America One. If this antenna isn't recommended, what should I get? The only other choice I could make is get separate VHF-Lo & VHF-Hi antennas (Antennacraft Y5-2-6 & Y5-7-13).