After researching car dash cameras for several days and comparing the features that I would most use, along with pricing and most importantly; temperature ratings/reviews, I chose to purchase the new Rexing V1 3 Gen Car dash cam over all others. Bought a hardwire kit which was easy to install in my F150, routed the USB cable and mounted the camera. The only bad thing about the Rexing is the poor adhesive on the cable clips. The white 3M tape doesn't stick to anything in warm weather so I used some 3M auto trim double sided tape instead until I get the 3M SJ3560 CLEAR DUAL LOCK VHB TYPE 250, to replace the trim tape. I suspect the main camera adhesive mount is made of the same 3M adhesive tape as the cable clips and therefore I would not trust it to hold the camera. Other than the poor adhesive, the Rexing V1 3Gen camera works very well. Sharp resolution, even when pointed into the 9:00 a.m. Florida sun the camera compensates for the wide change of dynamic range (bright highlights and darker shadows) and records very good video. The menu is easy to understand and the cameras as a whole is easy to use. I only wish it had a 5 minutes long file recording . As the Rexing V1 3 Gen is now, the max recording time of a file is three (3) minutes. Comparing consecutive files, one loses a few seconds when driving at 45 mph from one file to the next, which is roe than enough for something bad to happen. I hope the files cross record or are absolutely consecutive when an impact or ""G force"" impact automatically saves a file. AS far as viewing recorded files without an automatic ""G force"" save, the recording files do not exactly connect in time.Other than those minor nits, so far the Rexing is gerat and if the quality continues, I will purchase another for a second vehicle, or rear facing camera.