Hello, HawaiiOTAGuy; welcome to the forum.
Thank you for the signal report; that's the first from Hawaii that I've seen in 10 years of helping with reception problems.
This is an image of your report:
Yes, they are spread out. Your antenna system will depend upon which channels are important to you.
Where will your antenna be located?
How many TVs will be on the antenna?
Why is the present reception not even marginally good: they are spread out, they are too weak, or what?
The antennas you are considering are primarily UHF antennas, but you also have some VHF-High channels.
Although the transmitters are close, your elevation is much higher (except for K45CT), and there is terrain interference to the signals. Click on Transmitter Distance in your report to see the terrain profile for a channel.
You will need an antenna with more VHF gain for real channels 11, 9, and 13. Maybe a Stellar Labs 30-2475 combined with your UHF antenna with a UVSJ UHF/VHF combiner.