OK people....... Monday I got my new camcorder mount from RAM Mounts, a real quality piece of equipment. Suction glass mount with a fully articulating arm and a base plate with a 1/4"-20 threaded stud base to hold the camera. So, I'm escaping from work this Friday for a trip to the Dragon (MSSD), can't wait. Anyway, here's where you folks come in. I need input, suggestions, criticisms, whatever, on what I need to do to quickly improve me video skills. Here is a test run from work yesterday on the drive home. The content of this video is irrelevant. I speeded the video up @200%, to improve the "boring" nature of 1:1 speed drives. I don't know if this makes the turns too quick and would make it nauseous on the Dragon. Not sure if wide angle or some degree of telephoto is the thing to use on the Dragon. I have the camera mounted on the left side of the steering wheel close to the curve of the windshield. Should it be mounted centered under the rearview mirror? I already know the glass needs to be cleaned. Should the bonnet be seen as a point of reference in the video? So, hit me with the suggestions. Here ya go...... [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZlT0hPseCQ]YouTube - Roadtrip Home With New Camera Mount[/ame] Thanks in advance.