I have installed the Winegard SS 2000 and got excellent result. My house is a single story house. The SS was installed on the side wall of the house, not on the roof, due to the existing Dish antenna. I didn't feel like climbing up the roof or make some new holes in the wall. I just remove the Dish, put the SS in the existing pole, using the same RG6 cable from the Dish, Done
At the other end, I have installed the 5-way splitters from RS (1 input, 4 output) to connect to the existing wires in the cable box for the 4 rooms.
For analog, I am reveiving the following channels:
VHF: 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11
UHF: 14, 20, 26, 32, 36, 38, 42, 44, 48, 54, 66.
For digital, I am getting all of the channels in the yellow and red zone as indicated by AntennaWeb.org. I am getting all of the channels from either side of the Bay (SF - SJ). I am actually get some channels that do not appear in the list. All of the signal are 80%+
For my address, AntennaWeb.org only gave me 3 zones: yellow, red and violet.
Violet VHF = KSBW-DT 10.1 NBC SALINAS, CA and KSBW-DT 8.1 NBC SALINAS, CA.
Violet UHF = KTFK-DT 62 SAH STOCKTON, CA and KTNC-DT 14 SPA CONCORD, CA
Those are the 4 channels I am not getting.
As you can tell, I am very happy with the result. I am getting all of the channels that I should have received from an antenna which is smaller than my old Dish antenna. The SS 2000 works as advertised. The only zone it won't work with is Violet which is stated in the box