Hi, I just thought I would offer a review of the Digiwave ANT-7288 Adjustable Eight Bay UHF HDTV Antenna which I just installed on my girlfriends rooftop. The location is in Whitby, Ontario near Dundas and Brock Street. I placed it on a 10 ft pole strapped to the side of the chimney. The homes are all bungalows in the area and there are no nearby obstructions. I pointed one side of the antenna towards the CN tower and the other half of the antenna towards Colden, NY. (233 degrees/168 degrees respectively with my compass set for 11 degrees declination). I have not even tried any fine tuning of the antenna positions yet. The RG6 coax length from the antenna into the home is about 35 ft long. I hooked it into a Channel Master 7777 preamp (with the junction box part mounted on the pole), then made about a 10 ft run into a Digiwave Electronic Master DTV-5000 Converter Box and a 6 ft run from the converter box to an analogue tv. First, I tried it without the preamp (cable ran directly from antenna to converter box) and got 16 digital channels and a few watchable VHF channels. A few digital channels had a bit of drop-off. I then hooked up the preamp and got 21 solid digital channels. The weather was a bit cold and overcast at about 3:00 in the afternoon (dec 18, 2010). I suspect that during better weather conditions she should be able to pull in a few more stations. I tried the stations again late in the evening when it was colder and they were all still holding strong. My girlfriend is very happy and I am suprised I did not run into any problems that people seem to have with hooking up two antennas. This is basically 2 four bay antennas mounted side by side on a bracket that you can adjust the direction of the two antennas. The 2 antennas are joined with a 2 into 1 splitter that comes mounted to the antenna bracket. I know people say not to use a preamp with a short cable run but in my 2 experiences with this setup and another setup (a single 4221 antenna with a cm7778 preamp at my place run straight to my hdtv in Scarborough at Kingston rd/Warden Ave) with only a 20 ft cable run, the preamp pulls in many extra stations than without the preamp and the signals are more solid. I also tried using the DTV-5000 Converter Box hooked up to my HDTV (while using the preamp as well) and a few stations that were hard to get in bad weather were pulled in by the tuner box better than my hdtv tuner could. I would definitley consider using a digiwave 7288 again.