I am going to make the switch to freeview this week with the arrival of my new IDTV. But, as it stands I have not installed a aerial yet in my flat. I have access to the loft (which is blocked off from the other flat). So.. the plan is to install a aerial! http://www.dtg.org.uk/cgi-bin/pcode/coverage_aerial.pl?postcode=WS116EQ&txs=Sutton Coldfield&ant=NO The website mentions that I need a "Group E/W Horizontal" Aerial. I am not what that means - do I need a simple aerial or high-gain tv aerial. I think I read that correctly! To add further confusion to the matter the Sutton Coldfield is a Group BH. http://www.dtg.org.uk/retailer/tx_details/tx_midlands.htm I have looked in Argos and Wilkos: one from argos that is £8.49 (10 element Yagi) - cat 535/6443 one from wilkos for £8.99 (18 element Yagi) the other from argos £19.99 (32 element, high-gain with X-shaped elements). - cat 534/1829 Which one do I go for? Would it matter if I get the high-gain model? According to what I have read the high-gain could cause e.g. ghosting if it is not necessary - but that is the opposite of what the BBC mentions - the X shape reduces ghosting? http://www.bbc.co.uk/reception/analogue_tv/aerials.shtml I would provide links to the aerials but the argos website is having a bad day. PS I have already purchased the high-gain, but I can return it tomorrow as unused. It doesn't mention what type it is other than View+ DMX UHF High-Gain TV Aerial.