Under $200, get Cuddeback Capture or Moultrie i40. Have Leaf River flash and Leaf River ir, both are good, now. The Leaf River ir didn't work out of the box but Leaf River fixed after warranty ran for nothing. Too many buttons on the Leaf Rivers though. Have a Cuddeback No Flash that is in its third year and great. No complaints. Cuddeback Excites that I have had have not been great. One is OK and the other got my money back from Bass Pro. The Moultrie I40 is in its first season and so far so good. Don't like the design and access to sd card but battery life is great. Tried the Wildgame Innovations S1.3 from Walmart for $50. Battery life is the worst I have ever experienced. I hacked one up and hooked up a 6v rechargeable and solar panel. Still awaiting the outcome. Here's the important part - There is no perfect game camera, that I have found, and every manufacturer has their lemons. Plan on spending some money and trying a few. Consider this - Why are all the major camera manufacturers able to produce a 12 megapixel do everything dslr with vibration reduction, hd glass, video, etc. for approx. $600, but we can't get a decent game camera for the same? Where are the major camera manufactures? To my knowledge neither Canon, Nikon, Leica, Fuji, Sony, Kodak, etc. have anything to do with game cameras. No wonder they all suck in some way.