It's my antennas fault? My antenna worked better before the switch than after. So, it isn't my antenna.
Even if you got a crystal clear analog image (which not many people did!), your system could have easily deteriorated since.
The amount of times Ive heard similar stories from people, then I go around, fix it up, and they are just WOW, and their opinion completely changes.
If your reception drops out in bad weather, wind, at certain times of day/year, then it probably is either faulty, or wasnt installed to the correct standards to begin with. If the latter, that not necessarily your fault, it can be hard to install reliable digital systems without a meter to let you know the signal is in spec, and their is enough of a buffer to allow for signal strength/quality fluctuations.
And TBH a meter is invaluable for tricky installations, when I walk into a home, and plug in my meter I can usually just say something like: "Your not getting X, Y only works occasionally, the others look fine, though Z could be an issue in future" and be dead on or not far off, before Ive asked them to explain to me the problem they are having.
No, I'd rather have a fuzzy signal (not that they ever were) than no picture or one that breaks up into blocks.
Shall we lose all our subchannels and HD programming? I think I'll stay with digital!
You really have to think about people who live in apartment buildings. I don't live in an apartment, but some people do. They can't put an external antenna on their building.
Only the landlord or body corporate is stopping them. Get them to change their minds and you are set!
All apartment complexes here (with very few exceptions) have MATV systems, or individual antennas [for smaller complexes].