One problem with finding the best TV antenna is separating marketing spin from actual results, and that's complicated by the fact that an antenna that works great for one person because of their geographical location could be a miserable failure for someone living even a short distance away. The best reviews of TV antennas come from those who've tested a good number of them, and have done so under relatively uniform circumstances. For that, we turn to sources such as HDTVExpert.com, TheWirecutter.com, CNET, TopTenReviews.com and Tom's Guide. Likewise, user reviews can be helpful, especially for antennas that are evaluated by hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of owners. That helps normalize the feedback so results aren't skewed by those living in extremely difficult reception areas or where OTA signal strength is so strong that a bent coat hanger could work as an acceptable antenna. Amazon.com is tops for that, but we also consider feedback from other sources, such as BestBuy.com. The results are our picks as the best indoor antennas for most budgets and situations.