Some people were looking for a helmet camera about the same time that I was and I meant to write this post earlier. Here's my story: I recently received my helmet camera from helmetcamera.com. Cool toy! Overall the quality appears to be very good, and the battery is much smaller than I had anticipated. The plastic storage box top shelf stuff! I caught the sales person in a good mood and they threw in a free mic. The order was shipped when they said it would be shipped, though they did initially leave a few items out of my order. I called them to let them know and they said that there was an error in packing the box and they would send the parts right out. They overnighted the parts to me and I had everything the next morning. Very impressive! The camera is waterproof and is protected by an aluminum housing with a (replaceable) plexyglass plate on the front to protect the lense. The housing is separate and the camera (the camera is about the size of a 12ga shotgun shell) slides in the back and is held in place with a tiny alen screw (wrench provided in the kit). This lets you mount the housing at any angle and rotate the camera to get a good picture. I was skeptical about the tinting in the plexyglass lense cover, but outside the picture quality is good (they say the tinting reduces glare). For use inside the tinted cover is too dark IMHO (you can get clear covers for a few dollars, or use it without a cover). I've only tested it on the bike once and that was going slow with my wife on some dirt roads, and it worked as advertised. The mic did pick up a lot of wind noise (it was attached to my chin strap), but I'm not sure that's the fault of the mic. The lense on the camera gets a nice wide shot which I initially thought was going to be too wide, but after riding with it and then watching the video it looks like they made a good lense choice. I'll see if my opinion is the same after using it for MX. The only spot that I saw which could use improvement was the wires and plugs. They work fine and are plenty long, but given the environment that this thing is used in the camera cord is pretty thin and the connectors aren't very heavy duty. So in summary, I give them a 10 for service and a 9-9.5 for the product (a 10 if they beef up the wires). It is a well designed package deal that works as advertised. If all goes well I'm going to try to get some footage at the MX track this weekend (weather permitting). If that happens I'll have to post it online if I can get it crunched up into mpeg.