Update!! Got my coax cable today, as well as the booster amp. I haven't gotten my tripod yet to put my antenna on, so I took a chance setting it on top of a chair. I rescanned after getting everything hooked up. I forgot how many more channels I was able to get, but there's much more than the old floppy--oh, wait, 62 total! I have 2, 4, 5, 8, 11, 13, 21, 23, 27, 29, 33, 39, 47, 49, 51 (the 2nd Daystar one assigned to Paris), 55, 58, 68, plus a grainy analog 22. I wasn't watching 22 at a top-of-hour station ID time so I don't know if it's the station from DeSoto or not. It's showing Jewelry TV (not HSN like what RabbitEars lists). I saw the 4.3 also during my look around. I don't remember if 4 is adding something soon or not, but based on an article I just saw yesterday, a new diginet called Circle is coming after the first of the year. It will have country music, related lifestyle, plus Grand Ole Opry performances. The article says CBS o/o's including DFW will show it, so I don't know if 11 or 21 will be the one making room. So, from what I've seen, I'm quite happy and pleasantly surprised with what I've been able to get so far, as well as the picture quality. I don't know if any of the lesser stations (including the ones down for upgrades and changes) will be viewable later on with what I have or not, but I'm getting all the biggies with no pixellation for now. That plus whatever I unearth with my new Roku Ultra should get me more than I'll have time to watch. Maybe as I'm doing all this, I'm channeling my dad; he used to fix TVs for a living for a short time. I've often wondered what he'd think of digital reception and flat screens, and the other new-tech things he missed out on.