Another update, guys, on my TV reception since I started building my antennas (I now have three up in the ol' attic, with the Terk in storage up there in case I need it someday).
I noted a little over a week ago that I was able to get WZTV (Fox 17-1 HD, 17-2 SD) and WUXP (MyNetworkTV, 30-1) out of Nashville. It turns out that I am able to get them just about every night, with only a few instances of dropout, from shortly after sundown until about an hour or so before sunrise. I've even been able to pull in Nashville's "Big Three" stations, WKRN (ABC 2-1, weather 2-2), WSMV (NBC 4-1, Telemundo 4-2), and WTVF (CBS 5-1), although none of the big stations have come in as often as the "Little Two."
I've also been pulling in WBKO and WNKY out of Bowling Green most nights, as well. Those being the only stations in southern Kentucky, WBKO added Fox and CW as their -2 and -3 subchannels (ABC is 13-1), and WNKY added CBS as its -2 (NBC being 40-1). But they are not as strong as Western Kentucky University's WKYU (PBS 24-1 through 24-4) and KET's WKGB 53-1 through 53-4. Those even come through during the daytime hours!
If any of you folks here in and around Owensboro want to expand your channel horizons without resorting to cable or satellite, take a little time and visit the website I posted previously. It doesn't take long to build your own antenna, and my results prove that it wasn't wasted time!