Actually, WJTV comes in just fine on my little 12" wire bowtie antenna, as does 3, 29, 35, and 40. Like you said, I still get occasional cutouts at times from wind, planes, and certain vehicles, but reception is acceptable. I have another combination antenna out back that brings in 12 and 34, but cuts out a lot more on all stations. You're probably right about size being king, though, because that antenna is about half the size of a regular UHF/VHF antenna. Another thing that probably effects my reception is that I can only go about 15' in height, however going higher in this tree thicket might have deminishing benefits. I actually got better reception from that one by lowering it about 6". I still think I'd be better off if 12 would go back to UHF, though. I'd lose 34 all together, but could live with that. When the transition was first starting, I was golden with the little bowtie and could have been happy with that, had 12 not changed. These trees complicate my situation out here, but I believe it can be done. Things are fairly decent right now with the leaves down, but summer requires some careful placement and aiming. Oh well, I guess I shouldn't complain too much about free TV. It's only frustrating when I'm trying to watch something and it starts acting up. The two antenna system I've set up with the A-B switch helps that, but still isn't perfect. I'm not sure OTA reception ever will be, short of moving closer to TV road and that might create a whole new set of problems.