I have a Leaf River, a Cuddeback Capture IR and an older model TrailMaster, that just measures events. I plan on getting another Cuddeback Capture IR. I am going to try and establish some patterns if I can, and hope that they hold through the Summer into the early October bow season. I am just trying to establish a plan on how, when and possibly where to move each one. How much area should I try and cover with each camera? I am about 25 miles away from my hunting area, so this is what I may do. Set the TrailMaster in one area, and just leave it for several months, take the 2 cameras that I have now and check them in a month, after a month is up, depending on if there are any pictures, I am going to adjust to the area. We have approximately 3200 acres of mostly 5 to 10 year old pines, and some bottom hardwoods. I am trying to cover an area of about 640 acres right now. I have already done some post season scouting, and found one area in a pine thicket with a lot of crossing trails and rubs. Just trying to come up with a plan, and hopefully help others out there to use scouting cameras to pattern deer. Although, as long as I have been hunting them, they throw curves at me all the time.