Seriously, Eric, quit trying to pi$$ in everyone else's cereal just because you have problems. Stay in your own' thread with your issues. You're coming across a just another whiner crabbing about decisions made when you were still in diapers.
Kristi, you're best to simply ignore him, he really doesn't have a flippin' clue.
There are numerous ways to solve this. I just wanted you to be aware it isn't going to be a subtle installation.
For Twin Cities only, start with an Antennas Direct 91 XG. Add a Winegard 10-Element high-VHF 4' under it for channels 9 & 11. Use either a Holland, Tru-Spec, or Antennas Direct UVSJ combiner to combine the signals, then an Antennas Direct PA18 preamp. Alternatives would be a single Winegard 7698 plus a pre-amp on a single mast, but that antenna is 14' long. There are probably several other options that stand a good chance of succeeding.
The CM-3671 isn't particularly a good choice since it includes unneeded low-VHF elements. You need only UHF plus high-VHF.