For those who haven't seen it, Mohu (the antenna company) is working on a project to make a hardware device that integrates OTA TV with Internet content in a single interface. It's called Mohu Channels, and it's already beaten its funding goal on Kickstarter by more than three times. As someone who is always glad to help out a project to increase the use of OTA, I was an early bird backer.
I mention it because in the past week I've been contacted by Mohu, and as a result, the RabbitEars database will be used to assist with scanning in channels. There will be a "Quick Scan" mode which will use the list of channels provided by RabbitEars with a simple formula to figure out what specific channels are worth looking at and which can be skipped. So if you are in Philadelphia, for example, it will know to scan channels 2, 4, and 6, but not 3 and 5, since there are no stations nearby on 3 and 5. You can, of course, do a "Full Scan" which scans the whole band, but I suspect many people will use this device not for DXing but for viewing, so the "Quick Scan" will likely be a useful feature.
If you want to get in on it, it has 6 days left, as of this writing. The FAQ states that the $89 price for backers of the Kickstarter is lower than what the retail price will be, so you may want to get in on this if you have interest in trying it out.