I have this for a few more weeks, but I thought I would put out the first video testing I have done with it. First time out, I had the issues with the video recorder and the time/date stamp (see hog imagery here) and the second time out, didn't see much in the way of animals. I plan on trying to video various animals at various distances, hopefully and primarily in the fields where I can say with some certainty what the distances are because I am familiar with the fields and the distances between landmarks via Google Earth. I also hope to go more into the operation of the scope, but have already seen where others have done a better job online with that already, so maybe just key features? On first blush, I like this scope better than my FLIR PS32. It runs about $800 more than the PS32 ($3800), http://www.pulsar-nv.com/products/thermal-imaging-scopes-quantum/quantum-hd38s/ . It does not show quite as well on the video (which is through the video out port and not shot through the lens), but on the internal display, significantly hotter things such as animals really sort of "pop" (stand out) visually and are not just white or black. I don't have a set format or plan at this point, so if you have some specific questions or things you want to see brought up about the scope, let me know and I will try to work it in to the more formal overall review as I get it together.