Okay guys, as most of you know when my site: www.Hockingcountywhitetails.com was up w/ all of our pics, they were 95% from our numerous Stealth Cams we've had over the last few years. I think we were up to over 10 of them. This year I broke down & traded a handgun for a digital & my bro in law bought one of the $100 dig cams from Wildlife (Stealth Cam makes them). Pic Quality: The digital cam I have is a Bushneel VGA cam, it runs about $200. It only has .3 meg alloated to the picture. Unless you go above 1 Meg, (which also usually means $) I'd say stick w/ the 35 mm cams. Below are a couple examples DIGITAL Stealth Cam 35mm Buckshot 35mm Number of Pics.... WOW , what a freakin difference. Last week (the 1st week I had the dig out) I ended up getting 250+ pics. Now w/ the Sleath Cam in the same location for the previous 2 weeks I had 14 pictures. So that tells me what I've been saying for the last several years, the cheaper cams are a great way to scout, but unlike what they are claimed to do, they do not pick up deer/urkey/coons, etc.... every time there is one around. The Dig Cams kicks butt in the category. Easy of using: No brainer here: Dig Cam win in a landslide. Pop a SD card in, Pop a SD card out. No waiting for the fild to be developed, onlyu to be disappointed due to a printing error or a flim error. Hopefully that will help some of you on the fence deciding on wheter to go digital or 35 mm. I'd recomend in going digital w/ a 1.1 meg camera. Someone from Moultrie told me they will be introducing a 1.1 meg digital for $100 by the fall.-So Keep Your Eyes Open!!!