The information shared on this thread has reignited the expanded use of cameras for me and opened up a whole new avenue of hunting and scouting fun. It reminds me of the old trapping days, trying to figure out where the best critters were traveling and then placing baited or blind sets for them. Without the cameras my season would be essentially over except for harvesting some does but now it gets to continue with the camera trapping to learn more about the big buck use of this property as well as another tool to reduce poaching activity to as low as possible. Right now I'm all over the property borders and poachers figure that out pretty quickly but for the periods when I'm otherwise occupied the cameras can do that job stealthily once I develop some killer camera hiding techniques. I understand that camera hiding techniques are something we should not be publishing on this site for all poacher/trespassers to see but if anyone I know from threads and posts on this site has any ideas please feel free to pm me and I'll send you my contact information and we can covertly share ideas on this subject. Back to the purpose of this post, I have just ordered some more Browning strike Force cameras from a company called Presley Outdoors from Illinois. I don't know them but talked to the owner and they seem to be a great company. Cameras were priced at $89.95 plus shipping which ended up adding an additional $3.35 to the cost of each camera. Order has been shipped and I will post on here the results when they arrive. Best deal I could find but of course there likely will be more deals from others when the seasons begin to wind down. Still this was the lowest price I could find last year even after the season so it seemed like the time to push the order button was now. I guess other company's sales prices will depend on whether or not they have inventory left over at the end of the hunting season. And here is a picture of a 2 1/2 that we have put on our don't shoot list as he looks promising (mass wise) and is a regular throughout the property. We still have 2 1/2's generally as OK shooters in most cases for this property. It doesn't mean we all would take 2 1/2's but for now it is a realistic threshold for this property.