Thanks for the news, N5XZS. I'm receiving both RF 15 and 16 fine here in the Jemez Mtns, about 45 miles from the Crest.
For the first time I'm also receiving RF 39, so they must be on their new antenna. Last weekend they were still to weak to get a lock. Looking at the FCC license info, it appears that 15, 16 and 39 are sharing the same transmit antenna.
I'm using a home brew 4 bay antenna at only 8 feet above ground along with a Channel Master CM7777 preamp and a Zenith DTT901 converter box.
All the low power digital stations, RF 15, 16, 36, 39, 43, and 51 come in fine, only about 10 to 15% weaker than the full power stations. They should be receivable many places in Santa Fe and Los Alamos with a modest rooftop antenna.
I noticed lots of bad pixelating on RF 15, hopefully they will get that fixed soon.