As you can see from "TheDuke's" response to my first post, there is a difference of opinion about the "FM Super Antenna". I can only report my own experiences, which were positive. His dissenting point of view does tend to emphasize a point here: there is no indoor antenna on the market that will match a good outdoor, mast-mounted antenna. I realize that your question, Boboh1, was to explore whether there are good indoor antennas. Based on my own experiences, I'd have to say there are no really great indoor models -- some are decent, and the rest are a waste of money (a point echoed by virtually all of the professional reviews). There are pros and cons to both powered and un-powered indoor antennas. Powered antennas may make a signal stronger, but it also amplifies noise and multipath distortion. To sort out the stronger signal from the stronger noise takes a very good tuner with excellent selectivity. So the equation isn't simply one of the antenna -- the quality of the tuner makes a big difference. The better the tuner, infact, the more likely you can make do with a decent unpowered indoor antenna. I have a good tuner, and I found the "FM Super Antenna" provides a very clean, albeit unamplified, signal. (It also provides the best TV signal of any indoor "rabbit ears" I have ever used.) I am not trying to "sell" this antenna -- simply make the point that you need to think about the antenna within the further context of your tuner, the reception quality in your area, etc.