FM vs. HD RADIO.... anybody think FM is better?

So I have a mint Marantz Model 20 tuner and a FM ANTENNA on the roof. I also have an HD radio tuner in my Marantz 8802a (Av surround processor)

Its it it just because I love my model 20 that I think my local classical station (WRR DALLAS)sounds better on FM than HD? (Both have access to roof antenna) 

The HD Definitely is clear with zero static, but the FM sounds fuller and more real. It’s like with the FM your inside the concert hall and with the HD you just listening to a recording.

Maybe im crazy....
thoughts ?
I have never been impressed with the way HD radio sounds.  I would rather have a strong FM signal any day.  I am curious what other people have to say.
I don't know that I've ever listened to a "good" HD receiver, but my Onkyo T9090 II connected to a roof antenna sounds really good on certain stations, close to CD quality.  All of the HD radio I've heard had a very "digital" sound to it.  I live over 40 miles from the big stations in Seattle, so only a few come in really clean.  KNKX plays news and jazz and the jazz sounds great.
HD radio is often low bit rate digital so depending on how many channels the station is running it often may perform worse than FM. Good FM with a un corrupted signal (like a live concert feed for example) can sound great, pity there so little of it these days
My McIntosh MR88 tuner does both FM stereo and FM HD. The FM stereo sounds more analog and the HD sounds more digital. My favorite Rock station broadcasts both in HD and FM stereo. Soundwise, it’s a tossup.
So much of the quality of HD radio is station/broadcaster specific, imo,  that such generalizations are meaningless. I listen almost exclusively to a single station, WRTI in Phila., using a DaySequerra broadcast monitor (with indoor antenna, btw) that receives both FM analog and HD multicast. That station puts out 7700W, simulcasts only 2 HD streams, is 17 mi distant from me, and sounds GLORIOUS in HD. Analog FM is quite good also, but a bit noisy. Quality of other stations not as good. I consider myself fortunate.