The coathanger 4 bay is technically a UHF antenna, but it typically does well with hi-VHF. Until Feb, I have one digital lo-VHF, Ch 4. It's a decent signal, 15 miles away, and with the Zenith CECB, I capture the signal. Now, with analog, channels 2 and 6 have interference, so I added a VHF dipole made from old antenna wire to clear those two up.
Sorry, no camera, it's like this one here, only I made mine with cardboard backing.http://uhfhdtvantenna.blogspot.com/
I'll be using coathangers until they figure out Smart Antenna technology. I do use a Terk HDTVa in a ground floor room away from the towers, that's where my one converter box is right now, and I use the amp to pull in a shaky UHF signal. The rabbit ears are extended for digital channel 4, but that channel goes away in Feb. For Ch 8/10/12 (currently analog, soon to be digital), I don't need the rabbit ears extended.
Here's the length I used for the VHF dipole part. I taped it to a piece of trim and hung it under the window sill.http://www.kyes.com/antenna/rabbitear.html