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 ?
After hearing a REL Precedent and Marantz10B in ideal conditions,I can't imagine HD  being more convincing.

Having not heard a home HD  broadcast, I'm quite curious. I don't know if I could give up my humble Mac MR71, for a "modern" SS tuner. 

I have a recently Modefferi modified McIntosh MR78 and for digital a Sony Z1ES.  Which one sounds better depends entirely on the signal being received for the most part.  Most digital signals are VERY compressed.  Good FM broadcasting is almost extinct.  So a better question might be which is the least worst?  This state of affairs is a complete bummer for me.  I have been a life long FM junkie.
I had a mint Marantz 20B. But I lived in a deep gulch surrounded by high hills — very scenic, but I couldn't get even a decent signal, much less a good one. There was no way to mount an antenna because it would be on someone else's property. So I sold it.

But I moved a few years later. I regret parting with it.
I suppose that HD radios are better than FM radios.  HD offers better sound quality.  According to many legitimate HD or high definition radio reviews, this type of device also makes it possible for stations to integrate more programming. All they have to do is to use additional channels that they can broadcast along with the main frequency of the station.