So I'm looking into doing some combo of OTA tv as well as streaming tv. OTA for the live local channels, and streaming tv for most of the cable channels I want. Anyway, a friend of mine let me borrow some cheapo OTA indoor wall antenna, this one I believe, but there are no markings on the unit itself outside of the company logo. I'm assuming it's this one because of the light on the unit. None of the others appear to have it. http://viewtvbox.com/60mile.html I get 3 of the 4 major networks with virtually no problem. CBS (6.1), ABC (9.1), and FOX (35.1). However, NBC (2.1) is very difficult to get. I can only get it in one room, and even then it's very blocky in that room. I put it up about as high as I can get it (9ft is the ceiling height), and that is the result. This particular antenna is one that he got for free and never used...let me borrow it just to see what kind of reception I could get. I'm wondering if the lack of NBC is just due to this being a cheapo antenna. All stations are between 25 and 27 miles of my house, and all face in pretty much the same direction from my house....a little north of directly east. Want to know what kind of luck anyone else has with other brands. I'm also considering maybe a slightly larger antenna that I can put in the attic, which would put the antenna roughly 15-20 ft off of the ground to try to help with the signal reception. Would rather not have an outdoor antenna. Beyond that, I was thinking of running that antenna, once I find the right one, to a Tablo..not sure which one yet, but it provides a point to receive the OTA signal, add an external hard drive to make a DVR, and then distribute to your tvs via your router and streaming devices such as an Amazon Fire TV box, etc. https://www.tablotv.com/ Has anyone ever used any of the Tablo models? Not sure what streaming service I will go with either but I already have a PS4 so figured I'll start with PS vue and see if any of the buffering issues happen. Also will likely get an Amazon Fire TV box for the main tv (for the Tablo), and then Amazon Fire TV sticks for the other tvs. First things first, I want to know what some others think about the OTA antennas, as well as your complete set up if you've cut the cord. While I'll still need Spectrum or Comcast (both are an option at my house) for internet...I'm over paying their high ass fees for cable.