Here in Plano, I fairly regularly get 95.7 KKAJ from Ardmore, Ok. I also get KOOI 106.5 from Jacksonville (near Tyler) on a fairly consistent basis.
From north Houston, I can get 99.5 KISS-San Antonio on a near daily basis. 105.9 KUZN-Centerville is another one that is easily caught here, as is 95.1 KNDE-College Station.
Haven't heard a Dallas FM here in a long time. I used to catch KEGL-Fort Worth from time to time, but that's been impossible for the last 15 years or so with co-channel KTHT-Cleveland in the way.
KLTY and KLUV are regular catches in NW Houston, there are little nodes all over the place where they come in reliably. KLTY is pretty reliable with any sort of antenna at all pointed towards Dallas. KLUV is a bit more difficult because of a 98.7 in Victoria which skips in regularly. So many DFW frequencies are covered in Houston that would otherwise be open. When the Houston 97.9 went down for a week in the early 1980's, KZEW came through loud and clear for that week. 97.1 was also a really reliable catch. For some reason, I can't get much on 92.5 even though it is relatively unchallenged here. I would have thought it would be a regular, especially given its strong presence in West Texas - if it hadn't been for KNFM on 92.3 in Midland, it would have been the strongest, most reliable DFW station out there. At the time, I didn't know the narrow ceramic filter trick that might have cleared the first adjacent.