No, this has nothing to do with self medication while placing game cameras in the deep woods of Colorado. It's brainstorming...... I've used the Bushnell's cellular cameras for a couple years and they have worked pretty well. The web site setup wasn't hard, the picture service they offered was pretty good and not expensive. Getting pics sent to my phone, seeing them on the web site, managing your cameras remotely vs going to get pictures, fantastic. The key to all of this working well was having good cellular signal, which for the Bushnell cameras was at least 2 bars of service. Today I hunt an area that's very rural and has spotty cell coverage. Often "no-service" or maybe 1 bar. Not a strong enough signal for these Bushnell cameras to work so they are functioning today as typical game cameras. I often notice on my phone that my signal is good at 15-30 feet up a tree. I've spoken to Bushnell about an external antenna options and was told that is complicated based on FCC rules for mobile devices so that went nowhere. Spypoint cameras have an antenna that can be added but it's only 16', it has mixed reviews and it's $80 so I've not seriously looked at that as a solution. Cudde's wireless design has inherent technical needs to deal with geographic obstacles to work well, it's a $500 bill to get started, they have the highest per month charge and they run on Verizon only. Enter the Moultrie M4000i camera / MA2 remote modem idea. This is a common cellular ready game camera and Moultrie's modem and they connect together via a common USB cable. If I shop well, I think I can buy both for about $175. Add a USB extension cable that's 32' ($18) and mount the modem high in a tree where the signal is good. I suspect I will expose that cable to rodent consumption but I'll cross that bridge if it happens. M4000i Camera MA2 Cellular Modem USB Cable OK, that's the storm and it's just an idea so far.