Hey everyone, this is my first post on the forum and I'm looking for advice. I'm setting up some cameras on private property. The property is in the mountains with both large clearings and heavy timber, and has a couple of ******* neighbors that I've had confrontations with about trespassing and poaching on the backside, so I'm trying to see if they are doing this or chasing game off of this land onto theirs. There's no cell service and no line of sight between the locations I want to monitor, so I've given up on cuddlelink and other cellular solutions. A couple of cameras I've been looking at are the Browning Spec Ops Advantage and the Bushnell Core DS No Glow. I've also been looking at cheaper options like the Browning Dark Ops Extreme. I'm wondering how much of a step down it is to go with the cheaper cameras? I was going to just go for the higher end cameras, until I started mapping things out and realized I'm going to need at least 15 of them to cover the different possible routes, so cheaper at least for some of them is preferred. Has anyone used these different cameras and could you share the quality differences? Important is that they are no glow and can be out in the field for a long period of time and withstand extreme temps as they will be out year round. Also, how long with the memory cards take to get full? Max capacity is 512 GB, which run $100/each, but I haven't seen how quickly the cards can fill up. I'll have them set for both video and photos if possible at high resolution and may only check them every 3-6 months in the off season. I'd like to go cheaper here too, I just don't know which way to go. Any advice is appreciated!