tme - sorry about 22, I meant 57 which is DTV for analog 22 as scooper pointed out. I can also receive (at the same antenna orientation) the analog variants in the UHF band as well - 17, 22, 28, 47, and 50. As for the fact that the 4228 is UHF only as scooper points out ... since I can receive everything of interest to me fine from the DTV variants of the analog stations this currently does not pose a problem for me. In the distant future when 85%+ of the population can receive DTV and the HDTV frequencies are relocated to the VHF spectrum, I'll just have to mount an additional/replacement antenna. Depending on how far you are from the antenna farm (check at http://www.antennaweb.org
) the 3677 or 3679 would very likely meet your needs as well and provide VHF reception as well.
For me, the fact that the 4228 blends in so well as to normally be invisible against the background of trees behind my house also makes it worth the inability to receive the analog VHF stations for now.
Thanks again scooper for setting the facts straight.