I haven't had the chance to make adjustments to my newly installed antenna array (I've been working almost everyday, including weekends lately), but this is my setup. The UHF antenna pointed east toward South Bend will eventually swung around, pointing NW to be joined with the UHF antenna pointed NW, to add some gain to it, & try to get additional low power stations. I only have the Antennacraft CS600 because I need it for WOCK-CD (For America One on 13.4), or I would have bought the Antennacraft Y5-7-13 for WBBM-TV & WLS-TV on RF 7. South Bend, IN is still in the works, but I plan to find a different location to install a new set of antennas. I haven't decided if I'll get yagis like I did with this setup, or get 8 bay antennas for South Bend. I found I can't join my Winegard outside in its current form, after I lost most of my Chicago UHF stations (especially WWME-LD on RF 39, which is already difficult to get). The small Winegard HD-1080 will have to stay in the configuration, because WYIN's signal goes in & out on me if I don't have an antenna pointed south of me, with a slight tilt toward the west (that antenna does not affect my Chicago stations when joined wth my Winegard CC7870 coupler, like it does when I join both of my Winegard HD9032's with 1 pointed NW toward Chicago, & 1 pointed east toward South Bend)
Now if I lived in Valparaiso or even Michigan City, IN, I could join my antennas outdoors, because both market signals are about the same signal strength (many outdoor antennas in Porter & LaPorte Counties of Indiana are joined outside), unlike in Lake County, IN, where Chicago stations are strong, but South Bend stations are weak. I just wished I didn't need an antenna for WYIN, but as I stated, since it's an important station, it does not lock in steady when picked up off the back side at an angle (it goes in & out on me)
As for the antenna sticking up in the picture, that's the old antenna, & later found out I made a wise choice to replace it. The U-bolts broke rather easily on me when I removed the antenna from the pole (only antenna that it ever happened to me out of all antennas I've owned).