I think there's one thing the smart guys here know which is these mods are adding a lot of weight. I gave up on weighing everything but I still think we're adding 50 pounds of weight once the boxes are on. Most mods are taking something off (usually plastic) and adding steel, aluminum or heavier plastic in its place. So...I would say that I'm making this bike less desirable to most people. Just my opinion. I do appreciate the kind words but when I went from my loaded 2017 GSA to a stock GSA it was a significant weight difference and then I immediately missed my fancy suspension, risers, seat, wind protection and damn, so much for a 'lightweight boxer" (LOL) ------- The Traffic camera will get one of my old 128GB cards...the ones that don't have the data-rate to handle 4K. I'll get roughly 11 hours of recording but keep in mind a few things. 1. In a catastrophic crash, the bike may not be running at all 2. If it is, the battery will die pretty quickly because I'll have a lot of power Draw from various electronics 3. In most of my crashes, I turned the bike of myself because these were all low-speed drops Let's assume I'm in an ambulance, bike would just keep recording until the battery of the bike died and subsequently the camera also died since it does have a few minutes of an internal battery to power itself...I think 11 hours is safe. You can grab a 1080P 128GB card for $25 today in 2019. Really low cost for 11 hours of comfort. ---- One thing I'll remind people, test your footage at least once a month. I run a dash cam full time in my car and it eats SD cards. Luckily Sandisk has a really good warranty policy but my dash cam eats up SD cars every 6 months...they just go bad. I assume I'll have that issue here as well which means removing the top luggage grid to get to the card. I'm trying to find out a way to make this box more accessible without removing the luggage grid for when the inevitable card goes bad.