I need some helpful info concerning my new Leaf River Digital. I set it up out back of my house for a week, and it took 3 pics of a button buck that has been hanging around. I live in what I call a Suburban Country setting, and the neighbors have been hammering the Does around here. When I viewed the pics, they were pretty large. I had the settings on the camera for normal quality at 2.1 megapixel, and I had to touch 2 up with brightness, since all 3 were taken at night. I am going to my hunting lease tommorrow to set the camera up for about a month, to see what kind of Bucks made it thru the season, and I want to post some of those pics on this forum. Should I set my camera at the 2.1 megapixel setting, or the optional 1.3 or .3 megapixel setting? Should I continue the normal quality setting or high quality setting? I read that pics will not be posted that are over 150kb in size. The .3 megapixel setting would be in that range. Any help would be greatly appreciated. THANKS!!