I ended up with the m80 and am not impressed. On the positive side it takes good pics during the day and has great night illumination to reach out there and a pretty good horizontal swath. To the negatives...........there are alot of things I don't like. First thing I noticed is that the laser aim really stunk it up I liked the aim on my older moultrie much better, thankfully I was able to get it close to where I wanted after struggling for awhile and worrying all week until I picked up the card. My other big gripe is my time stamp and temp gauge, I'm not real concerened about the temp not working but the time stamp is a HUGE deal to me I have pics back to back and you can cleary see the time stamp is off with the sun angles and such. One pic back to back almost looks like at least a 2hr difference. Another gripe with my new cam is the nightime pics haven't been as advertised I knew I'd have motion blur and they wouldn't be great but what I've seen in my pics is not what I expected. Also I knew this camera isn't fast, I didn't get it for the sole purpose of setting up on trails I just needed a realiable IR cam to put over bait sites. I have many pics with half a deer, nothing, a nose and etc. I do like the features even though I haven't used them they sound intriguing. So if I had to rate it on a scale from 1 to 10 I'd give it a 5. If I had to do it all over again I would have just spent the extra money and got a bushnell TC.