Yes, I am mostly targeting the Boston channels, so it is good to know that I specked out the right antenna. Is the FM dipole frequencey to far away from the UHF band to cause any problems? The direction say to keep it away from other antennas by 4 feet and I have it within 2. It was windy yesterday and the drop outs were more than the day it wasn't, so that does look like the real problem. I still do not want to dismiss the error correction factors between these tuners just yet though.
So, now I have to determine if the pixalition is actualy bad enough to warrant making major changes. I will give this some time and just watch it for now. Aside from taking down the trees, is there any other antenna that may perform better under these circumstances. I do not want to go with cable again if I do not have too.
I always seem to know just enough to get into trouble !!