I'm in Brooklyn Park; my TV Fool data (pre and post-transition) is attached.
As for reception, it's a mixed bag in analog with the rabbit ears I have - and the big problem that I have is this:
I live in an apartment building, exterior construction of brick and plaster (probably lath underneath the plaster as well), the axis running N-S, with a central hallway dividing two rows of apartments, one row east of the hallway, and one row west.
I live on the west facing side, naturally, and, of course, all the antennas (except KPXM, which I often get fairly good reception in analog) are east of me.
Crystal Airport is about a mile away, but I'm not under the flight path, I believe, as the main runway runs NW to SE, and is just about due S of me.
I can't put up any antenna outside, at all - unless anyone has advice on how to use an antenna in an alley, as I'll be evicted without my security deposit.
I have one of the RCA converters from Wal-Mart - and trying it in June, I had lots of problems getting stations in - particularly KSTP (wife's favorite station).
Any ideas on antenna selection - or should I convert my TV's to Punch and Judy theatres now?