I happened upon this old thread while searching to see what might be posted about Mohu's New Channels Tuner, WiFi, Bluetooth Remote Keyboard, Air Mouse, Remote with apps.
I cut my Cable in 2013 (was
Comcast and predecessors until 2010 and then
Prism, Much Better) and never looked back.
I have two Mohu Leaf 50's (think they're called "Ultimate" now).
Here is my 'TV Fool' report for my address:
First one was tried on East wall (Vaulted Ceiling sloping up 16') and since I have frame construction above 10' with stucco over metal mesh as outer wall, it only worked well in a window. I also have a Metal Roof, so an attic Antenna is not an option.
I moved it outside and high on the wall that is aligned 010/190 true and it worked great, spent a long time moving it and was surprised what a few inches did.
I then permenantly bonded and sealed it and its cable to the wall and finished with paint so it's nearly invisible.
While at it I placed an XM (SkyFi) magnetic antenna near top of the roof that slopes down facing 190 true, this works great and finally bonded an FM 18" Circle Antenna to the peak.
I get perfect reception on all the TV Fool 'green' channels and secondaries. I am using the newer Mohu USB Amp to feed through the Panasonic DVD Recorder and on to the Samsung TV and a Channel Master DVR+ through a good quality splitter.
Second Mohu is inside, 10' up on top of a stub wall in a central part of the house feeding a Sony and a small RCA. This also provides excellent reception. Mohu is a fine company of Veterans and I am completely satisfied with their Support and Products.
In my particular location, I can't imagine a better antenna than the Mohu. TV Fool lists a lot of "2Edge" and "Tropo" stations and it's true that sometimes I can do a Scan and get Tampa and West Palm Beach stations a 100 miles away, but they're usually same Networks as the Locals and will be gone the next day anyway.
I can't imagine a 'home' antenna that would provide reliable reception from that distance. Prior to the availability of Satellites, there was a 1,000' high "Community" antenna to feed a 'Cable' system with Stations from those area's.
edit:- Since backing their Kickstarter (for two units), New 8550 TV, Sound System, piping in XM and New DVR+ have put off my request for my Channels delivery from Mohu.