I received my Mohu Leaf Plus yesterday and taped it to the wall... and voila! Digital quality picture for about 10 channels. Most are local channels - CBC and CTV for example, but I also receive ABC from a Buffalo affiliate and a channel we don't normally receive up here in Canada called CW.
The Leaf Plus is pretty cool - it's like a piece of paper and you stick it up on a wall (I used Scotch tape) and plug it into the back of the TV. That's it! I experimented a little by moving it around the wall to see if the reception changed. And it did make a difference, I can receive various channels by re-positioning the antenna. It's not the best photo below but you can see the TV and if you look carefully, you'll see a cord leading up to that white thing on the wall, that's the antenna. You can even paint the antenna to match the room colour. Might just do that. Gosh I really need to hang some pictures up.
The picture quality is fantastic - as good or better as I was receiving with cable. I cancelled my Rogers cable and there's about $100 a month now that I won't be paying to Rogers! With Netflix, iTunes and Hulu Plus, I'm feeling great about TV and movie options, and so much less $.
I cancelled my Rogers internet service today and switched to Bell, getting ready for my next technology experiment, my new Ooma. It hasn't arrived yet but when I get it and set it up, I'll let you know how that goes. If it works as well as it should, I'll save another $65 a month by canceling my home phone service and switching to Ooma.