To be more accurate - we've got 9 TV antennas set up at 3 different locations. Our house is built into the side of a mountain and we have no line-of-sight to any TV towers anywhere. There are signals available from three different directions. Albany, Utica, and Binghamton. The reason why we have three different sites is because there is no one spot on our 100 acres that can "see" all the signals. So, three different spots and each spot has three antennas. The closest antenna site is 300 feet from our house and the furthest is 1000 feet. I had to use RG11 coax and a few line-amps to make it work at 1000 feet.
No rotators. The reason is - I've yet to find a rotator that works when it's below zero F. Years back we had two rotators. Both new. One a Channel Master and the other an Antenna Craft. Neither would work when it got down to zero F. There is also the issue of having a TV tuner that allows multiple channel scans and remembering previously added channels while adding new while rotating. Some TVs allow it and some do not.
The antennas I have now work like this. Each one of the three separate areas has all three antennas on a preamp and run to the house through one coax. I.e. all antennas are connected together. At our house we have an A-B-C coax switchbox. So, there is only one set up antennas hooked to our TVs at any given time. All our TVs allow mulitple channel scans so switching from A to B or C is never a problem. All the possible channels are already registered.