I don't disagree with ProjectSHO89 on WESH. You will probably still get them, just not as strong a signal.
As I mentioned in my original post, that you MAY have a problem with them.
I am 15 miles away from the tower, and I have NO problem at all getting WESH with just my 4-bay UHF antenna.
The antenna that you highlighted is probably about the best there is currently available.
Another option is that you could TRY a cheaper antenna to see how it works for you.
You could try a 2-bay model like:
The main reason I think the 4-bay is the best is that you get more gain with out being more directional.
You can many times pick up signals slightly off the sides and you don't have to re-direct.
If you are only using the antenna on ONE TV, you probably will not need an amplifier.
I use a 12db gain amplifier because I split the signal to two different TVs.
I have found that the amp helps a good bit on some of the signals that are "right on the edge" of solid.
I probably shouldn't have said "high gain".
If you get one, something in the 10 to 15db range will work OK, as you shouldn't have a problem with overload.
They can be had at Wal-Mart pretty cheap.
If you order from on-line, checkout:
And, you probably WILL have a problem getting the stations from Tampa/StPete.
Most are actually on towers near Riverview, FL.