I don't remember if I did. Even if I did, I don't believe I could be as detail about it, since the Chicago board is about Chicago broadcasts. As for another board, some people thought I was wasting my time on trying to get WOCK-CD, since it's on RF 4. If I didn't show interest in America One, then I wouldn't have worried about it. I do know that for WOCK-CD (or any Class A or any LPTV VHF that's under 1kw), that my VHF antenna must be at the top, since their signal is a lot weaker than most LPTV UHF stations. If WKQX-LP on RF 6 ever goes digital, I'll have no problems getting that station, since they have a CP to flash-cut to digital at the same 3kw, since I got WBBM-TV when their pre-transitional digital channel was 3, & they were at 2.8kw. Keeping the Antennacraft CS600, but going with an Antennas Direct DB8 changed what I get.
I got my channels back that I care to watch (WOCK-CD on RF 4, mainly for America One on 13.4, WWME-LD on RF 39 for Bounce on 23.2, while MeTV on 23.1 is also available on WCIU 26.3). The others: W25DW-D on RF 25 & WESV-LD are just gravy. Those 4 mentioned require a pre-amp to get, since the signal aims less signal toward Indiana for UHF, while WOCK-CD is too weak to pickup without a pre-amp. WDCI-LD on RF 30, WMEU-CD on RF 32, & WHNW-LD on RF 18 don't need a pre-amp, since their signals are much stronger in my direction, but I only watch WMEU-CD on RF 32, since it's MeToo (MeTV for just Chicagoland, but also available on WCIU 26.4). WHNW-LD is World Harvest TV, WDCI-LD is Daystar, WESV-LD is Estrella TV, & W25DW-D on RF 25 has HSN (Home Shopping Network) on the main channel, along with a bunch of subchannels I don't watch, including LATV, which changed channels again, SonLife, and a new one coming soon, Punch TV.