I'm pretty good at following directions, but not so great at inventing. Here's my setup, followed by what I'd like to do. Two years ago, I built a Hoverman antenna for over-the-air TV. I live in a fringe reception area, but have a very tall three story house. The antenna is indoors up at the highest part of the house which is a catwalk above an open loft living area, probably 50' above ground level. That feeds an antenna amplifier, then runs through a 75' cable snaked through my walls to an amplified splitter in the basement ceiling, where it branches out to feed the TV tuner in my basement theater setup and a television in our bedroom. It works GREAT.. NBC, CBS, FOX, CW, PBS, and a bunch of subfeeds, totally 27 crystal clear channels. The catch? On some days, I have my choice between NBC OR all of the others, based upon where the antenna is pointing, simply because of the distances, angles, hills, and atmospheric conditions involved. Adjusting the antenna direction for a given program can require three or four trips up and down four flights of stairs and a ladder to the loft to get it right. Keeps me in shape... but sometimes the commercial breaks aren't long enough... The Hoverman antenna is very light... just made out of two specific lengths of bent 8g copper ground wire and a balun. I doubt it weights even one pound. It is indoors, do there's no wind or sturdy structure needed. I'm a fairly apt end-user, have built quite a few Pi devics, but I don't know anything about coding. I can cut and paste, tweak, and use Putty to ssh into the various Pi systems I have running, but don't really understand the code behind it.. just following directions others have given me. I also have a bunch of R/C transmitters, receivers, and servos, but I don't know if the range would be good enough from the basement to the upper reaches of the loft, and there's be the issue of having to keep lithium batteries charged for the receiver at least for it to be convenient. How hard would it be to design and build a wifi-controllable rotor based upon an Arduino (no experience at all with those.. just have heard of them) or Pi? Any tips, thoughts, or... been there/done that/here's the parts list and instructions? (WHICH WOULD BE AWESOME). Thanks for any thoughts or suggestions.