Unfortunately, TVFool isn't being updated with latest info, i.e. strong WRAZ (PBS on Ch40) and WRDC (MYN on Ch28) are flat out MIA...and the UHF Channel Assignments for 6 UHF Stations have changed.
After determining your approx Street Address (to 0.1-mi accuracy of your TVFool Report), I ran fol. Current TVStudy Report:
Currently, [non-rotating] Hi-VHF Dipole Antenna pointed towards middle of 99-125 deg (rel True North), "should" receive WTVD (ABC on Ch11) and WAUG (??? on Ch8).
And in the "near" future [must complete Re-Pack Phase 9 by 1May2010], WNCN (CBS on Ch17) will move to Ch8 (towards 123-deg), WTVD (ABC on Ch11) will move to Ch9 (also 123-deg). And in the "opposite" directions, WTNC (Univision on Ch19) will move to Ch11 (330-deg) and WIRP (??? on Ch22) will move to Ch11 (280-deg)....although for the last, a simple Dipole may or may NOT be inadequate, depending on Man Made Noise Level, trees/terrain and other factors....
FYI: Post Re-Pack assignment changes are very extensive, but fortunately they all stay in the New Ch14-36 UHF Band, except for WNCN, WTNC and WIRP mentioned above, see fol:
Note that fol. stations will either shut down or sign Channel sharing agreements with other stations: WRTD (IND on Ch49), WRAY (REL on Ch25), WLXI (IND on Ch25) and WRAL (TeST) on Ch39. Also note that WAUG (??? on Ch8) moves to Lo-VHF Ch4...so fergitabout it unless you keep HD8200 permanently pointed towards 99-deg (more or less).
With an outdoor C4Max, you "should" be able to receive all UHF Stations [towards Networks at about 123-deg] with "Signal Margin" greater than 20 dB....and perhaps down to at least 10 dB. And it would be worth trying it without the reflector if you want stations in "opposite" directions, bearing in mind that there are still NULLS to the sides.
You didn't say how many receiver drops you need, so we can discuss PreAmp/DistroAmp alternatives....acknowledging that you have Very Strong FM Stations, whose 2nd Harmonics can interfere with Hi-VHF Channels: