Guys, tired of losing locals, and not getting credit for the loss in the bill, I contacted DISH about this and they offered to install an OTA antenna, free of charge. With no extension of contract. I am way out of contract and I do not want to get back into one. So how does the wiring work? Do they need to run a separate line from the antenna to the master Hopper unit? Or do they patch it into the existing coax line running the DISH satellite? Then what happens if someday I want to leave DISH? Is this antenna owned by me or DISH and do I have to return it? Or can I still patch it into my TV? Or use it through - say AirTV player and get Sling or one of the other streaming services? No one knows if I can get good reception or not. DISH thinks I can, but we have lots of hills, etc, around me. Most of the towers are about 8 miles away from me. Not sure I want to spend all this time and drill new holes in the roof if its not going to work. I know of no local neighbors with an antenna, there probably is one, but I have not found one. This all comes up on the expiration of my Comcast internet term in October, so in order to keep a decent rate I may need to go back Comcast (whom I have not been with in more than 15 years).