I posted this in the Youngstown thread but thought it would be of interest here. Thanks to Trip for the heads-up on where to find this.
They finally released the complete auction results. There were 3 unsuccessful stages of the auction prior to the fourth one that closed. The first stage would have only left up to channel 29, 2nd up to 31, and 3rd up to 32 IIRC.
WKYC, WEWS, WJW, WOIO, WBNX(surprisingly) and WEAO(also somewhat surprisingly) did not participate in the auction at all. WVPX and W16DO were in but dropped out in Stage 1.
If Stage 1 had succeeded, WVIZ would have gone to high-VHF, WQHS would have gone off the air, along with WFMJ and WNEO (Youngstown would have been left with one full-power station WYTV). Of course all the winning bidders from Stage 4 would be gone too - WUAB, WKBN, WDLI, and WRLM. And WGGN would have gone off-air instead of to the electrostatic pit.
WVIZ dropped out in Stage 2. WFMJ, WNEO, and WQHS were in all the way up to Stage 4 but dropped out during the bidding.