I checked my V7 DMR-EH50 and lo and behold I have a new channel in the default line up.
Channel 151 - KREXD- Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs and Montrose Colorado.
Of course you can't pick up KREX anywhere in Denver OTA that I've heard of. Over a hundred miles of very large Rocky Mountains in the way.
When I check the channel lineup editor there are 2 new turned off channels that don't have channel numbers associated.
KELO-DT which is in South Dakota
KOLND which is in Nebraska
neither of which I can get - maybe someone out on the east fringe of Denver reception can pick them up under the right atmospheric conditions. I know people in north and east Denver that pick up channels out of Cheyenne Wyoming clear as a bell though Cheyenne's a lot closer.
All 3 of these channels are CBS affiliates. I'm still missing NBC (KCNC) and couple of large local independent stations (KTVD, KWGN) in the Denver market (I'm only getting TVGOS listings for ABC, CBS, FOX, and 1 of the 2 PBS affiliates).
According to http://www.rabbitears.info/market.php?request=tvgos
KELO, and KOLN are transmitting TVGOS data. And there are dummy zipcodes for both Nebraska and South Dakota in the DTVPal manual. So it makes no sense to me why they're showing up in my OTA channel lineup in Denver and I still can't get listings for NBC in my channel lineup, even after doing the no lineup match manual editing. (It just resets to the now 5 default stations after 36 - 48 hours).
KREX - not clear why it's in the Denver OTA. KREX is not listed as transmitting TVGOS (it's a CBS affiliate).
So the post transition TVGOS channel lineup weirdness continues here in Denver metro.