DeerAddict: I have seven of the 2009 model Bushnell Trophy Trail cameras. These all have the viewer which is 1.8 inch and is useless for the extra price. I started out with the viewer model and being I was well satisfied with that camera series, this is why I bought the rest all the same. Sometimes buying the same brand but in a different series, things don't work as good. Bushnell recommends using a SanDisk SD card. I am able to use SanDisk, Verbatim and Kodak with good success, up to a 2GB card. Bushnell has a weak buckle, so care must be taken, not to over tighten especially in colder weather. Battery life is excellent, where one can use either 4 or 8 batteries. If using 4 batteries, they must all be installed in either the top or bottom section. Each section is wired in series, then the two sections are wired in parallal. By doing this you still only have 6 volt, but double the lasting power, like putting a larger battery in a vehicle.
Viewing other forums I have read various complaints on the 2010 Bushnell: one of the most common is continuing taken (runaway pictures), and also white outs due to over exposure (having 32 LEDs instead of 24). Hopefully the model produced later in the year will have this corrected.
Advantages of the 2010 model: 1) larger SD card capacity, 2) larger viewing screen if you require one, 3) Bone Collector series, 4) extra LEDs for better night time pictures. 5) I believe they are also putting the time and date stamp on the pictures. The 2009 model does this to video only.
For the additional price of the Bone Collector, buy some flat camo paint: get some leaves and sticks and make your own personalized camo pattern. I used camo tape for a project one time, but this is very shiny.
Looking on the back of the camera package on the lower right hand side, you will find the model and year of manufacture. This is where I located my 2009 information.
Hope this helps. Good luck with your camera choice.