This is a longer read but just to explain my story. I canceled my $80/month cable account a couple weeks ago and have been very happy with it expect for the fact I can not get easy access to NFL games, right now I just found a website that provides so-so quality streaming, and I doubt it is even a legal website. So I went to a store to pick up a TV antenna, I figured an antenna is just that so no need to research. I bought his one first: http://www.target.com/p/ge-router-d...-14447198#prodSlot=medium_1_7&term=tv+antenna I got nothing but Spanish and religious stations, so I figured it was defective, returned it and bought this one: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/rca-indoor-hdtv-antenna-white/8939839.p?id=1215217075905&skuId=8939839 It was slightly better than the previous one, and I was able to get FOX, but I still really wanted to go for the big channels, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and possibly PBS and CW (I believe it is). So then I started researching and determined that the antennas I bought were not powerful enough to pull in those stations which are 25-30 miles away from my location. Which gets me to my next question, what is the most cost effective way to make this work? I have looked at wall mounted, indoor/outdoor antenna, and even attic antennas and really I just want whatever the cheapest method will be so I can get the channels I am looking for. I was thinking about getting this one: http://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-...qid=1419264199&sr=8-1&keywords=amazon+antenna But part of me says go big and be done with it and get this one and I could mount it in my attic or possibly even up on my roof. And I believe this one could feed my whole house vs the one listed above for an individual TV set. http://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-...qid=1419264199&sr=8-4&keywords=amazon+antenna Then again I know there are the large metal attic antennas which are cheaper and I don't have a problem hooking up, I have a storage platform in my attic so it is easy for me to work on projects up there. But I do not know much about these antennas so I really have no idea where to start. I know I just do not want one of those large metal antennas outdoors, plus I doubt my neighbors would like looking at that haha!