Umm... wow. It looks like the images posted before the 5th time! (Check my previous post marked "only a test" for the tvfool chart.)
The list of stations is much longer than I expected, including stations out well past 100 miles!
For the sake of reference, here are the stations I actually get with the small antenna (using the old numbers): 2, 8, 27, 21, 15, 22 (MPT), 33, 45, 54, and 67 (MPT). I should mention that 8 and 43 only come in on good days and with a bit of antenna-fiddling. NBC coverage in my area is thin.
I should mention that pre-digital, the only Baltimore stations I got were 11 and 13. They're both gone but we've had these other channels appear out of the ether post-transition. A pleasant surprise! We've heard all the stories of people losing even local channels, but we're a net gain.
Again, the channel I care about most is MPT. The chart shows their Hagerstown station to be nearest, and the station's FCC data shows it has a higher antenna and broadcast power. Even with that, I can't get even a drop of electrons to tickle my antenna. Even on bad days, 22 and 67 at least show a "presence." I guess digital 44 has to cross too many mountains to get to my house.