I have used the TERK that is supposed to be omnidirectional that looks like a big grey cigar. Stay away!! I did not have much luck. I personally think that the TERK and Jensen antennas are nice looking and well built, but are not at funcional as the good old outdoor antenna.
I presently use a large UHF/VHF combo antenna, but am unsure of the manufacturer. Bought it at Warren Supply two years ago. I point it at KTTW and get rest of the digital signals out of the side of the antenna as FOX is at 235° and the other three networks are at about 100° but very close proximity (4 mi).
If you are tired of pointing & turning indoor antennas, it might be worth trying a small Radio Shack UHF only outdoor antenna ($24.00-75 mile range) pointed at Rowena. That should get you CBS ABC NBC WB UPN. FOX is VHF so you would still need something else to tune it in. I tried the RS UHF pointed at Rowena and a small VHF/UHF combo pointed at FOX and put them in serial. I got way to much ghosting from the close stations, but if you are farther away that may not happen.
Have you been to www.antennaweb.org
to see where all the towers are from your location? That helps alot.