Any advice? It seems to be a dying art here with the proliferation of cable and satellite. I get fairly good reception (this is over the air hdtv) with amplified rabbit ears. The little woman has noted the unattractiveness of said ears so I relocated them to the basement. There is still surprisingly good reception down there, channeling the signal through the coax wiring that came with the house. A couple of channels are sketchy, and the upstairs TV is sketchy on maybe one more. Did I mention I can't get cable even if I wanted to? To put an antenna on the top of my metal-roofed house on the chimney (pipe chase), just seems quite tedious to install, dangerous, unsightly, lightning attractor (on a hill), etc. I've hooked up an exterior antenna along with an in-line amplifier, in the basement and it seems to be better-I will reconnect and see how that works upstairs tonight. A small uni-directional uhf antenna is probably out since, according to www.antennaweb.org , two of my digital stations use vhf. We're up on a hill, so we get pretty good line of sight to 6 stations that are 26 miles away (yellow zone on above web site.), all at the same compass heading. An attic installation is possible, but there is the metal roof and then the routing of the wiring. Maybe I'll just go back to two amplified rabbit ears. Any general tips, suggestions, new stuff, etc? Thanks.