I am SW of Portland (West Linn) in a bit of a rural valley area. I am 12 miles from my broadcast towers at 326 degrees but I am struggling to dial in a signal. I initially tried a mohu leaf that showed 20 mile range just hoping I might get lucky. No dice. So I ordered the RCA Yagi style antenna and mounted it on the roof peak on a 10 foot galvanized rod. I ran 65 feet of RG6 with compression connectors directly from the unit to the TV. With this setup I was able to pick up about 3.5 channels. This gave me hope that maybe the signal was there, just weak. So i ordered a Winegard LNA 200 Booster. This gave me one additional channel. Hoping that upgrading the tech I was using might give me a better result I ordered the Clear Stream 4 Outdoor HDTV antenna. Even with the Winegard, this gave no additional channels. Both these antennas have 60 Mile ranges. I am considering one last attempt to make this work with a 150 mile range antenna (TNB-WA2608). I am fighting being on the south slope of a mountain facing away from the towers. Will this setup help or am I just SOL in my area ?