Bushnell won an F&S Best of the Best Award last year with the Trophy Cam HD Wireless, which they still offer. But the rest of the Trophy Cam line has been revamped for 2015, with new models ranging from about $150 to $200, all designed to offer a ton of performance at a fair price. The new Aggressor is good example. It shoots 14mg still images and 1080p video, has a low-glow infrared flash with a 100-foot range, and an extremely fast .2-second trigger speed. It takes 8 AA batteries but can also run on an aftermarket solar panel. Also, every new Trophy Cam camera comes with a free one-month trial of Deer Lab, a web-based subscription service that analyzes data from your photos and from weather services to help create a profile for each buck on your property—including how often, when, and under what weather and wind conditions a buck tends to be on his feet—and potentially walking under your stand. With an improved case and latch, the Aggressor goes for $179.