The Leaf says Hasta luego to both cable company BS and the eyesore attributes of other network TV HD antennas on the market. Its paper thin design and reversible black/white coloration allow for easy and inconspicuous mounting of the indoor satellite on a wall, behind a picture frame, on the back of an entertainment system, almost anywhere. Once installed, the Leaf corrals free, crisp over-the-air broadcasts of sporting events, daily news shows, and favorite network TV shows--the real-time programming other cable-circumventing products, such as online streaming and Netflix, can't provide.
The Leaf measures 9" high x 11.5" wide x a mere 0.04" wide. That's almost thinner than Keira Knightley. It is also fitted with a 6' connector; 75 ohm F connector pattern; and omnidirectional reception, with no adjustments needed.
For further improvements in output quality, Leaf manufacturer Mohu ups the ante with Leaf Plus (around $75). Leaf Plus boasts a high-gain, low-noise, state-of-the-art pHEMT amplifier that increases the satellite signal range, and improves the quality and reliability of over-the-air HDTV signals.