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catch signals from many directions with great beam width and high gain
Those are pretty much mutually exclusive. High gain antennas generally have narrower beamwidths. Basically its like squeezing a half filled balloon, to get more distance from the center, the balloon becomes narrower.

I think a good compromise is a simple reflectorless DBGH, its bi-directional with very decent beamwidth and gain in both directions. If you need four main points, then build two with separate coax downleads into an A-B switch at the TV.
 
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