Looking for an excellent outdoor FM antenna

Specifically what I'm looking for is a FM antenna that is small in stature and known for it's performance.

Recently we moved from a city to a rural area some 90 miles away.
Currently we are just finishing up changes to the landscaping.

So mentioning to my wife I'm going to buy a proper antenna for my tuner her immediate vision of a antenna was that of a 50 foot tower festooned with aerials sticking out every which way.
Of course the above is the furthest thing in my mind though right now reception is fine but it could be better.

And yes I am aware of the virtues of satellite radio, however for me the FM tuner has always been a intragal component in my system since day one.

Thank you for your suggestions.

Lots of forum feedback for this subject. Best unidirectional for little money is C.Crane Reflect. Best omnidirectional for money is probably Magnum whip.
I suggest you look at the Magnum Dynalab ST-2 Vertical Omnidirectional FM Antenna.
The Magnum Dynalab ST-2 is very unobtrusive. It performs OK, but not like my big Yagi on rotator.
Thanks for suggestions guy's, I did look at the Magnum Dynalab ST-2 and it is very unobtrusive.
Eldartford your Yagi antenna would be one of my first choice's if I could.
The only spot on the property away from the house and hidden from veiw would require well over 200 foot run of wire.
I was pretty dissapointed with the ST-2, in my experience it worked no better than Dynalabs own less expensive indoor "silver ribbon".