I listened last night for a while and picked up one aircraft transmission on 118.85. It wasn't strong which may have been because there was geography between the aircraft and my feed. I'll listen more and see what I can hear. If I do hear ATC transmissions, and they are strong, there's a good chance the RCAG is on Fairfield mountain as bbrasmussen suggests. Lets hope so.
There use to be a PVU feed, but it wasn't up for very long. Putting up a feed isn't hard, but it does take a comittment of both time and money. The cost to setup my feed was aprox. $100. $40 for a used computer, $40 for a used Radio Shack scanner (eBay), $20 for parts to build the antennae, cabling and the software was free.
Its true I have a lot of frequencies on my scan list. When I first set this feed up I was doing it selfishly for me, so I could listen at work. I wasn't aware of the issues of having too many freqencies. But no one ever complained so I left it. When folks finally commented on the dropped transmissions, I removed extraneous freqencies and made a best effort to double up the selected freq's listed. My cheapo scanner has 20 slots, so I put in 10-11 freq's, aprox. 2 slots per frequency. Its worked ok, but I understand it isn't perfect.
If someone has suggestions for a preferred frequency list, I'm willing to consider them.