No luck picking up 22. I also noticed that I was getting dropouts on RF27 from Tacoma. So to balance things out I took my laptop along with Fusion5 USB tuner to the roof. I finally stroke a balance between RF35 (71 miles away - NW direction, front of the antenna) and RF27 (33 miles away - SW direction, rear of the antenna):
The supplied signal checker is nice in that the "strength" is actually S/N ratio or quality and the number does not change with splitters or cable length.
To achieve the correct balance I had to lower the upper screen to expose the top most bowtie on the rear of the antenna. This lowered the forward gain slightly but elevated the rear gain allowing me to achieve the balance between the two:
I also separated the VHF dipole to point it to a different direction towards my VHF stations and added a VHF Hi/Lo splitter
to remove VHF Lo & FM frequencies from the signal fed to the pre-amp. (There are a lot of strong FM stations around here)
I now receive the following RF channels with no dropouts:
Others, such as RF19 are too low to either get a lock or have too many dropouts.
This gives me a total of 54 TV channels with 45 of them having content and 42 of them being unique.