I'm using a Terk HDTVa amplified rabbit ears indoor digital antenna to get my digital signals over the air through my digital converter box. All is well except for one channel (channel 5 in the Bangor Maine area indicates 0-5 signal strength). The images are excellent indeed. so clear, I gave up the idea of buying a new flat tv. I'll keep my 27" Sony. some folks tell me to wait until after June 12 to see how things settle, transmission-wize, before I get any antenna work done. I am planning, after June 12, to get my electrician to wire up my attic for coaxial and 110v so I can either mount the Terk up in the attic, or buy a better antenna and have that installed if the Terk is not good enough. I'm tempted by the omnidirectional antennas for the attic. These look like a plastic garbage can lid. They have 110v and coaxial ports. you set them up horizontally (flat), and they pull in everything in a full 360 degree area (minus chimney, etc.) Do any of you have any experience with one of these in an attic? According to antennaweb, all the stations I need to pull in are in the arc between 339 and 49 degrees, and the farthest distance is 25 miles. If this is not the right forum, can you please direst me to where I might get some info? Thanks. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!