It's interesting to read all of your reports.
I've got two digital TVs, two computer receivers, and two converter boxes, so I've been doing a lot of scanning and searching since last night. Conditions over the past couple of days have been pretty poor for the more distance stations, based on overall reception of the South Bay and Walnut Grove stations now vs the average, so we're seeing things at their worst, I think.
I'm only 3/4 of a mile from Sutro Tower, so I can't judge those stations very well. They're all 100%, except KGO. For the first time I can see the difference between the CM4228 and Antennas Direct SR15 UHF antennas. KGO 7 was 100% on both antennas before when they were on 24. Now with the station on channel 7, their signal is 96% on the 4228 but only 71 on the SR15! I also have a Antenna Craft Y-10-7-13, a High VHF antenna, and, of course, KGO is 100% with that.
It's interesting to see the reports on KGO 7 from others using the 4228. It's not working as well as expected for channel 7, but it's better than other UHF antennas.
I see a major change on KTNC 42 from Mt. Diablo. When on channel 63 they came in at about 70-73. Now on channel 14 they're at 92... a big improvement for them.
I can see a signal from KVIE 6 - now on 9, KXTV 10 on 10 and KTFK 64 - now on 26 from Walnut Grove, all stations that changed channels, but all are in the 13 to 14 dB SNR range, not quite good enough to produce a picture. (I need 15 dB or better.) I'm rather disappointed with that. I expected a better signal from 9 and 10 with my 10 element VHF 7-13 antenna. I'll probably get them intermittently, like KOVR, KCRA and KQCA, when conditions are good, but not well enough to rely on. The only station from up there that's in here 100% of the time is KMAX 31. It's always 21 dB or better.
A new addition for me from Walnut Grove is KSPX 29 on channel 48. I couldn't get it before because KSTS analog was stronger, but with the analog gone, it's coming in like 3, 6, 10, 13, and 58.
I can no longer get KTXL 40. I got them fairly regularly when they were on 55, but now that they moved to channel 40 they're being covered by KMMC analog from Mt. San Bruno.
I haven't been able to get a signal from KFTY yet on channel 32 from Mt. St. Helena, nor KSBW 8 or KBCA 13, but as I mentioned conditions are pretty poor today. I'm not getting KSTS or KTEH from the South Bay very well today either, but KRCB 22 and KTLN 68 from up north are coming in well. I think today is a good test, because we're seeing stations under poor conditions. The signals can get much better when conditions are right.
Of course, for many of you, signals will be improving for the stations from Sutro Tower when they get the new antennas installed atop the tower. They're still saying they should be ready by October. That will be our next time to review reception.
Remember, if you want to check for stations, you'll find a complete list on my web site:
List by (PSIP) virtual channel: http://www.choisser.com/sfonair.html
List by transmitter channel: http://www.choisser.com/sfonair2.html