SRP is $199 US, the shop is selling it for $239 CAD. I'll start a new thread with more info about it.
Using this page
as my HDTV channel guide, I found the following on my first night of viewing:
Location: Port Credit, just west of Toronto, a few blocks from the lake.
5-1 CBLT (CBC) bars-and-tone if you're lucky, I guess they're waiting for hockey
14-1 supposed to be FOX ? getting 86 percent signal but blank screen. Fox works fine on 29 anyway.
23-1 WIVB (CBS) HD 1080i, 89 percent infomercials and bad dramas ??
23-2 WIVB doppler radar woohoo
23-3 WNLO (UPN) 480i, 89 percent but it's a notoriously skippy station
24-1 CBLFT (CBC french) also up-and-down test signals only
29-1 WUTV (FOX) HD 720p baby 86 percent
29-2 SD (480i)
29-3 EN (blank screen)
32-1 CBS HD 89 percent, infomercials all day and crappy dramas at night ???
33-1 supposed to be where NBC lives, zero signal
38-1 WKBW (ABC) zero to 30 percent signal, might be able to get it with antenna movement in a pinch
40-1 CTV coming soon apparently. Nothing right now
43-1 PBS umm well, the #1 HD channel for content and signal in the area is jumping from 30 - 60 percent signal with current antenna placement lol
can get it with ease with a slight adjustment when necessary.
43-3 more PBS, different res
43-4 Think B... kid's station ? same deal as above w/regards to reception
44-1 OMNI 2 in the future, nothing now
53-1 CITY HD in 1080i. signal 87 percent
64-1 OMNI 1 future, nothing now
65-1 Global TV ... in... wait for it.... APRIL 2006 ?!?!
Note that these numbers go slightly higher at night when the sun goes down.
Looks like a lot but in reality I'm basically getting CBS, FOX, CITY and PBS... but there's more promised in the future, and if I had to choose 4 stations to get in HD, they'd probably be City, Fox, PBS and CBC, so I'm happy. Very happy