Apologies, I know that the correct "technical" place for this thread is either Know How or Accessories. But many of you lot have this head cam so i wanted to reach the highest and most relevant audience. My Veho Muvi seems to be a little more trouble than its worth of late and I wondered if anyone else has the same issues or can suggest a walk around. First, the battery seems to be providing less and less life. In the winter I was lucky to get 50 minutes (which is to be expected) but even now (or over the last few warmer weeks) I have been maxing at around 70 mins. Second, The vox feature fails regularly, leaving me with either 30 minutes of footage (the first segment) or sometimes only 5 minutes. (I know this has been discussed before) Third, Its tooooo easy to stuff up, today must be about the 4th time I have finished my ride and switched off the power as apposed the vox button first, thus deleting the last 30 minute segment. This is doubly frustrating as this is often the most interesting footage on my inward journey (today i looked forward to posting some footage of me drafting a bus from the lights and zooming off to over 30 mph...alas it has been lost, confined to the same place as the footage of me catching a 60lb salmon and spotting the yeti on my ride home) Fourth, All of the brackets that i was supplied (in the box) have snapped in the same place (check yours now for fatigue cracks!!!) they seem to crack at the flex point where the little curled arms grab the front to of the camera. Two of mine went when I was skiing (I put it down to the cold) and the last went on my ride in today, causing the cam to drop out when i reached the office and looked down...I felt it go and managed to break its fall onto the wood floor in reception. I now need to selotape the unit to the remaining bracket and attach the lanyard to my lid "just in case" I do realy love this camera (despite my moaning), its tiny, light, with good quality footage and so, so, simple to download and charge...but I'm starting to think I should maybe use it as a rear-ward, or backup cam. any thoughts or similar experience?