We're really tired of paying for lots of channels we don't watch, plus we're looking to cut spending any way we can so that my wife can stay home with our daughter instead of going back to work. All the money we currently throw away on satellite TV could be put to much better use. However, we do still want to be able to watch NBC/ABC/CBS shows as well as NYC media market local news and sports. According to www.antennaweb.org this might not be possible? Here is the information I entered: Location: High Bridge, NJ 08829 Are there any buildings, steeples, towers, or other structures taller than four stories within four blocks of your location, airports within two miles of your location, and/or many nearby trees over 30 feet tall: Yes Antenna Height: I entered 30'. My masonry chimney is 23' tall so it would be easy to install a 7' tall mast on which to mount an antenna. They recommend a "red" antenna-channel selection given is as follows: Blue-VHF WNJB-DT 58.1 PBS NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ 110Â°/21.2 miles away-channel 8 Blue-VHF WPVI-DT 6.1 ABC PHILADELPHIA, PA 215Â°/46.5 miles away-channel 6 Violet-UHF KYW-DT 3.1 CBS PHILADELPHIA, PA 215Â°/46.5 miles away-channel 26 High Bridge is located in a hilly area of Northwest NJ in a small valley that is about 48 miles west of the New York City network (NBC/ABC/CBS/Fox) transmitters. Our elevation is about 400' above sea level, but by using Google Maps (with the terrain setting on) to draw a straight line between my house and the Empire State Building where most of the transmitters are located, I can see that there is an 800' high ridge (400' higher than my home) directly in the way. The ridge is located about 3 miles east of my house. Is this the reason that no NYC stations are listed for my area? Is there anything I can do about it? Just for the hell of it I went back and changed the antenna height to 60' and only picked up one additional station in nearby Bethlehem, PA. Any ideas on what type of antenna or other hardware I could use in order to get NYC TV out here? Philly TV only is a deal breaker because we're NY Giants fans, plus Philly news only covers South Jersey.