North facing window, but pointing a UHF loop east or south-east seems to get strong signals. Only a few trees in the way in that direction, apart from the window moulding (due east) and our own walls (south east).
Right now, for digital, we receive WILX, WLNS, WSYM, WKAR, and WLAJ. Including subchannels, that's actually 11 channels.
But, WLNS is the only station that has no dropouts. WILX, WLAJ, and WSYM come in tolerably, but I wish we could shore them up a little to lessen the stuttering effect. WKAR comes in at 50% or so and is hardly watchable, which hurts, because they have 4 subchannels.
Generally, I'd just like to give everything a boost. Optimially, I'd LOVE to be able to pull in WKAR PBS strongly.
After the transition, WILX is moving to VHF 10 and greatly lowering their signal strength, so a UHF/VHF combo would be preferred.