I am making the transition this year from shooting houses to tree stands and I am looking for some advice. I hunting some family property this year and I need to provide my own stands and cameras. I for see only being able to hunt the property 3-6 weekends during bow season this year. I was planning on getting 2 mid priced hang on tree stands and 2 cameras to put by those stands. First, any suggestions or recommendations for stands? Hang-on or ladder type? I am aware Lone Wolf is very good, but i can't justify those now especially for the amount of time I will be hunting. I found entry level stands on Sportsmanguide.com Cameras; I am trying to work out my camera strategy. 1 do i need cameras? My cousin has a few on the property, but they are motion capture and we are 5 hrs away so checking them multiple times in the summer is out. I was thinking I could put my stands in places we know there is deer traffic and maybe hang 1 camera by each set to Time Laps mode to get a schedule of the local deer and understand that is more reliable than motion capture. Finally we are planning a trip in later summer to hang the stands, cut lanes and put the cameras out. There is no pressure on this property and the deer have a 25-30 acre sanctuary we avoid. The hard part is the neighbor. he has a huge clover field so we will have to be smart with hinge cutting and hope they live on our land and just feed on his... Sorry for the huge post, I look forward to learning from your collective wealth of knowledge. Thanks in advance!