The Best Buy store in Hobart Indiana (website shows it as Merrillville Indiana, due to the mailing address still says Merrillville) has some TV's hooked to an outdoor antenna. Some TV's can pickup all the channels, while others don't. For the few HDTV's I've watched TV on, Ion Television, Qubo, & Ion Life look fuzzy, as if it were an analog signal. WYIN looked fuzzy from the lack of bandwidth dedicated to the main channel, due to 2 720p HD channels. I've seen WLS-TV 7.2 (Livewell Network) looking just as bad as it does when I watch TV on my CRT TV with DTV box. I never saw any problems with WGN-TV, WFLD, WPWR-TV, WYCC, or WBBM-TV (no subchannels, so it's sharp, but not all TV's picked up this channel). I don't remember about WCIU, WGBO-DT, WXFT, WMAQ, or WTTW. WJYS looked ok. At least the Samsung TV's picked up the 2 update TV channels from WTTW, & they're unmapped. I don't know what kind of antenna Best Buy uses. I'm not aware of them using any antenna that they sell in their store that can pick up both VHF & UHF. I could be wrong, but it's hard to tell, since the roof is so high, that I can't see what all is on the roof. I do know certain promotional programming exclusive to Best Buy is set to 2 or 3 analog channels, and if I remember correctly, they're set to 61 & 65 (maybe something in the 40-45 range). When I can afford to get a new TV, I will likely buy it from this Best Buy, since it would allow me to get an idea of real world HDTV, instead of guessing it from other stores (especially Walmart/Sam's Club, Kmart, & Meijer).