Good bang for the buck! I just removed the old camera today after 45 months of use. Mount under the rear bumper of a 2007 Toyota Tundra long bed. In one of the pictures you can see the hazing on the lens which greatly effected picture quality in all situations. The hazing occurred after 36 months of use in the location shown below freezing temperatures and excessive moisture. . The corrosion on the mount would have at some point caused the mount to fail. I mounted the replacement camera further away from the bumper's lower edge and applied rustoleum rust inhibitor to the mount and RTV at the seams of the camera frame and lens edge. Hopefully this will increase it's longevity. I have little doubt that this camera would last a lot longer mounted in locations that provide better Protection from the elements (in the the rear window of an SUV). It's greatest weakness is in low light situations (at night as it is for any camera not equipped with a night vision intensifier or IR). It's greatest attribute is it's wide angle. Compared to the rear camera on my Lexus it provides a wider viewing area based on how its mounted on my truck. Theres plenty of wire for installation, but you may need some wire to connect the reverse trigger curcuit to you head unit. Short of the hazing, I'm good with the 36 months of service for the price. The most difficult thing for the installation of the camera was identifying the reverse tigger for my truck, which was in the passenger side foot well area.