Couple of quick questions. I live almost on top of the airport in St. Louis and it's causing significant multipath issues. What have others done? I can't be the only one who lives very, very close to a large airport. I'm not far from the towers which are 12-14 miles away. It's the airport that is causing my Silver Shooter indoor antenna to drop my signals. D* is coming tomorrow to deliver my HR10- 250 and to install the Eagle Aspen DTV2BUHF which is the mesh 2-bay bow tie. At $50, it is the most cost affective but may be a complete waste of $. I spoke to the company doing the work earlier today and they said they are willing to run the antenna cable separately and directly in. They only carry the DTV 2BUHF. D* no longer uses the clip-on bat wings I read about. Local HD channels aren't due here until sometime in May. So even though I realize OTA has less compression I don't want to go crazy with a huge antenna as locals may be fine after all. Then there is the cost. Just trying to figure out the most cost effective solution. I have done the following: Checked antenna web and since I'm in the red zone due to the airport they recommend a medium directional antenna. Checked out the AVS forum Googled Checked out Antennas Direct--they recommend a yagi style antenna directional antenna Checked out a local dealer, Skywalker Communications. They recommended a Square Shooter for multipath probs. I joined this forum several years ago when I got one of the first stanalone units but haven't posted in so long I forgot my old username. The forum won't allow me to link any URL until my 5th post. Thanks in advance!