Hi Chaps, First post, so I thought I'd make it a "good-un"!!....I'm looking to buy a setup that enables me to record in-car footage for my (and friends) racecars I've done a whole lotta searching on various sites for info re bullet cams, and have settled on one from RF Concepts RF Concepts , a Sony 3CCD jobbie (21CWSHRX), which looks to be exactly what I'm after...however.... I have a Canon MV30 camcorder (not an "i" model) which has both DV-Out and AV-Out. I know you can get a "Cano-Widget" which essentialy hacks the cameras firmware to enable the DV-In function, but for bullet-cams, you need AV-In.... Now, unless somebody knows how I can overcome this problem (camera's only been used a handful of times, dammit), it looks like I'll need to buy either another camera, or just a recording device with the necessary inputs. Obviously, the cheaper solution would be preferable, but if not, then "Plan B"... So far, I've seen devices like the Archos personal D-Video recorders/players. I don't really need another camera per-se, as it'll be connected up to the bullet-cam, but I do need to make sure (despite the manufacturers marketing blurb) that it can accept a standard RCA (or BNC) AV-In signal, ie., frame-rates will be okay, etc, etc. This is a PAL setup, btw. Any other ideas/experiences/recommendations??? For approx £300, it looks as though I can get a new Canon MV750i camcorder, but it's too OTT for what I need, plus a dedicated MP4 recorder will give me a gadget for transferring pics from digi camera, and a music jukebox, a-la iPod. Cheers guys, Spen.