you shall give HCO ScoutGuard a try...You will get what you pay for, so save up a little more to spend as much as you can afford for a higher priced camera, you'll be glad you did! I haven't tried a scoutguard, but i haven't found a good one under $300 yet.
I've already looked into them for a dealership, but i'm going to just stay with Predator for now, you know- if it ain't broke don't fix it! I got great luck with Predators, but the SG550 is a nice cheap ($) alternative. Your right, they are alot of guys selling them and they have a MAP of $199.xx, lets just say they don't have much markup in them at that price!you shall give HCO ScoutGuard a try...
here are a few comparisons HCO ScoutGuard vs Moultrie vs CuddeBack vs Stealth...
In case you don't know, you can buy from many places, for example
I bought from www.scouting-cam.com very pleased with its fast shipping and prompt reply to answer my questions.
+1:darkbeer:Have some pics of mine on this site also. Used a Cuddeback digital. Pics are great and the cam is very reliable. I think you can buy one for as low as 200.00
I had a film cam before. With the money I spent on developing the film the digital was way better. Plus your limited to the number of pics per roll. With a memory card I have gotten as many as 394 pics at one time.:wink: