Hi! Been looking at a helmet cam, and I have seen Helmetcamera.com's a while back. Obviously the cheapest. Was wondering though, how do you guys that use this set-up, keep the heads on the camcorder from getting all screwed up from the bouncing and jolting???? Also, how do you keep the camera safe in a possible incident?! I had thought of building a small wooden box, with foam or bubble wrap inside, in a backback. The camera we have is an Sony 8mm from around 1992, that would be a shame to smash up! I just bought a new Sony TRV130 digital 8, but again, I hate to get it all smashed up.... any thoughts? Perhaps there is a way to get a recording head, affix the correct cords, and have a homemade recorder-pak? afterall....you don't need the lens and microphone, and viewfinder in a camcorder, just the recording heads!