So here I sit rather annoyed with my blackvue. I used to run a thinkware pro f750?(i forget the model) but I went through 4 of them all having issues and the last one ended up on the side of the highway after it decided to restart every 45 seconds and announce it was restarting every time. So then I held out for the Blackvue dr900s because I really liked the idea of 4k. So far my experience has been very mixed. I'll start off with the pros. I really like the image quality both during the day and at night. It looks great and does everything I need it to. The mount and hookup is rather good. I get no bounce or rattle when I drive and the car its on is extremely bouncy.. One issue with the mount but I'll address that further down. The microphone is surprisingly good. It picks up everything and does it well. I can have loud music going and it will still pickup someone in the backseat talking. Also if my windows down are down and there's a lot of wind noise, it does a good job of filtering it out. I like that it supports large SD cards. I currently have a 256gb samsung card in it. And now for the cons that individually are not that bad but add up to a ****ty experience for me personally. The half-assed parking mode. This seriously seems like a major oversight. It seems they designed the camera and then forgot to add parking mode so they just created the power magic pro. My car sits at 11.6 volts when off (which is the lower limit of the PMP) so I do not get too much extra recording time. This is one thing the thinkware camera did amazingly. It has a dedicated battery power as well as an extra ignition sense wire. If I am parked and idling listening to music, it goes into parking mode and starts recording my door/trunk closing when I get out then announces impact detected when I come back to my car so at this point I have stopped listening to those warnings. Another issue is If I get pulled over, I sure as hell don't want my dashcam going into parking mode. I would like it to sit and record the whole thing. The proximity sensor is a huge gimmick. It's a cool idea but its effective range is so small, its basically a capacitive touch sensor. A capacitive sensor would be better however since I can tap it with my finger as opposed to bring a bigger, flatter area of my hand to the sensor and leave fingerprints all over my windshield. The wifi functionality sucks. This is a huge annoyance for me. If cloud recording is enabled, the camera does not let you automatically shut off wifi when it is not in parking mode. It will grey out the wifi default off option. This is kind of annoying since my previous phone would connect to it and not internet... Luckily my new phone has the option to keep lte on all the time so even if I am connected to the blackvue wifi, I still have internet. This however doesn't fly with blackvue either. If you launch the app and are simultaneously connected to the camera's wifi as well as 4g, the app refuses to connect to the camera. I have to go in and disable my data for it to work. Completely unnecessary and annoying process to connect. Then when I finally connect to the camera, half of the time it takes 30ish minutes to download a clip so I have to disconnect, turn off the camera's wifi manually, turn it back on, reconnect, and then download the video. At the end of the day, using this camera is kind of frustrating and I like the pros too much to throw it out because of the cons. Anyone else having a similar experience to me?