I check out chasingame.com for trail camera testing--interesting results. I've had five cameras over the years. Of the mainstream brands, my moultrie I-40 performs as well as any of them...Don't be fooled by trigger speed; you need speed AND sensitivity (if if does't sense it well, it'll miss it or shoot late no matter the trigger speed. Now,where I live up in the Big Woods of the Adirondacks, we can't feed. Most any cam will work if the deer stick around. If it is natural trail pics you have to get, trigger speed and sensitivity are very important. I bought an HCO (Hunting Cam Online) that is very easy to use, takes great pics and is smaller than the palm of my hand (I've had one cam stolen before). Most of all, with its 1.-something trigger speed and great sensitiviy, it can't be beat in the $200 range. It knocks the snot out of my Moultrie, the Cuddebacks,etc. Only the very expesive Recons,etc can do as well.