I want to start a thread on "how to use trail cameras" I have a Moultrie I-40. Color in the daytime and infrared at night. When I first put it out, I got a lot of pictures with no critters in it. 9 out of 10 were just great pictures of the background. My set-up was on a good deer crossing and the camera was pointed across the trail. (Picture #1)This is where I went wrong. The camera has a delayed trigger speed and I was getting pictures of where the deer HAD BEEN. I solved this problem by angleing the camera on more of a 45 deg. angle across the trail instead of the original 90 deg. (picture #2). I got much better results this way. Then I started using cracked corn as bait and when the deer found it, they posed for a jillion pictures. (Picture #3) I am by no sense of the imagination any kind of expert with a trail camera nor am I saying that mine is the best. I want to learn what works and what doesn't and then maybe we can all learn to use them better.