I would eliminate the Antennacraft C490, just because the channels you mainly want in green are UHF. That's an all channel antenna, and unless you're also looking to try & get those distant VHF stations (especially WUOA RF 6 & WJSU RF 9), then you don't need one with VHF. The Clearstream 2 & the Antennas Direct DB8 look like good choices. The DB8 covers more area, & would actually allow you to point that antenna between 85° & 92°. Now if you can't get your CW affiliate from the backside, then you will either need a rotator, or a second antenna just for CW.
If yo look at my TV fool chart
, I had to get a second antenna just for WYIN, which broadcasts from 184° azimuth, while all other stations are 330° & 332° azimuth. My main antenna is an older Philips VHF/UHF/FM antenna that I bought prior to DTV, but still use it today, even though no full power stations are on 2-6, & a small Winegard HD-1080 just for WYIN. I don't know about your situation if you'll get a steady signal of WHDF from a different , but my own situation warranted a second antenna for WYIN, since their signal dropped out a lot, due to my main antenna pickling them up off the side, & couldn't hold onto a steady signal. That's something to think about.
Here's a possible choice to look at, as you can adjust the direction of each panel. It's from digiwave, an 8 bay antenna where yo can have one set of 4 bays pointed in one direction, & the other pointed in another direction. This antenna might solve your issue with CW coming from a dfferent direction. http://www.summitsource.com/digiwave...le-p-9544.html