Hey folks, great learning resources in this forum and I thought I'd check in for some advice on what to do here. As you can see in my TV Fool report, the majority of our channels are UHF and they come in quite well. Unfortunately there are several channels & sub-channels co-located on the same tower broadcasting in VHF Hi that either aren't coming in at all or have two bars on our TCL TV. I've got a Mohu Air 60 I bought a few years ago (same as the Sky 60 more or less, just a renamed one for Best Buy) that's pulling in the UHF stuff and it's doing great, so long as you use the included amplifier (I get nothing without it). I saw a YouTube video stating you can get a splitter and run it in reverse to combine multiple antennas, so I picked up a GE 33685 yagi antenna from Walmart and I have them both connected on the mast that came with the Mohu. The Mohu is as high up on the mast as I can get it, and the GE is about a foot under it. With the splitter reversed and using the Mohu's amplifier, I'm still getting the same channels but nothing from the VHF stations. I used Winegard's aiming app to point the GE antenna, but no luck. There are some trees in the equation as well. I tried to attach an image, but the forum software didn't like that. Should I ditch the Mohu mount and buy some mast to get them up higher? In case the reversed splitter idea was incorrect, I've ordered a UHF/VHF diplexer from Antennas Direct through Amazon which should be here tomorrow. If you need any more information from me, just let me know.