Originally Posted by Turbulent
Got any recommendations for a good antenna that fits this? How do I aim it at 130 degrees?
I don't know too much about this class of antenna from personal experience, so I'd leave that for others who do. I think a single medium directional antenna that gets both UHF and high VHF is fine in your case, since these signals are strong enough that you don't need to maximize gain. I'd start by keeping it as simple as possible in your case; I see no need to spend a LOT of time and money on getting the "just right" setup when your information indicates that an adequate single UHF/VHF antenna pointed in the right place with no preamp is likely sufficient. In your case, don't let pursuit of the perfect be the enemy of the "good enough." You have a lot of strong signals, all of which are in the same general direction.
"Aim it at about 130" means that you point the antenna in the direction where front of the antenna points to 130 degrees azimuth. 0 is north, 90 is due east, 180 is due south and 270 is due west, so you'd be basically pointing it to the southeast.
All of your signals are between about 111 and 141 in azimuth (see the TVFool output), meaning they are all to your southeast. That's a 30 degree band. So if you get a medium directional with more than 30 degrees of beam width (that is, it's good at picking up a signal within a 30 degree arc or more) and point the antenna toward somewhere in the middle of the 111-141 range, you should be able to get just about everything listed in green and yellow. Fine-tuning it in that general direction, preferably with a helper to shout out the signal strengths from various directions and for VHF/UHF) will make it much easier.
You don't really need a compass to aim it exactly at 130 or anything else. But if you know generally which way is due southeast, you'll be close and can swivel it a little bit until you have good digital reception on everything. It's not nearly as exact as aligning a satellite dish.