Sorry if this is beating a dead horse. I tried to search best I could but didn't find any definitive answers. I'm curious if anyone has ever successfully used motion sensors at their camp site. It seems that the light would be handy when stepping out of the PUP, but might trigger a lot of false positives late at night. I was thinking of mounting the motion sensor on the tow vehicle pointed away from the main road, so movement in the PUP doesn't trigger it. Going outside of the tent would set it off, but that might be a convenience for whoever is exiting the tent. I was trying to search around if the motion sensor light is helpful, or more trouble than it's worth. My other thought was a camera system. I have a couple old Android smart phones I don't use anymore. They are both rooted, and I was thinking about creating a custom ROM to act as a dash cam for when I'm driving, and a different mode to record 2 frames per second when the car is off. I have an inconspicuous place to mount it so the phone wouldn't be a target itself. I think the setup would most likely be used to get good candid pictures of the family, and maybe good for a chuckle should an animal make a feast of any food we didn't secure. In the rare event something did get stolen it would be nice to at least give a description of what the person was wearing, even if it was just a raccoon. Just some thoughts, curious if any of you all have had any success with either of these methods. Thanks!