I have my camera mounted and working now. I am posting some additional information hoping it will help someone. It is working just fine even though it is constructed a little on the cheap side. The picture clarity is very nice, but I thought the camera mount system could have been better-looking. It comes with tapered washer that allow the camera to be aimed vertically at your target. The camera housing is black, the washers are gray, and the bolts are shiney steel. It makes it stand out and maybe more prone to theft or vandalism. So..I had to make my own bracket that bolts to the license plate and raises the camera up about 2". I believe that small difference allows me to better judge distance when hitching up. I made a bracket for the display as well, instead of the supplied windshield suction mount. I had read a review stating that the suction cup didn't hold, and I found it didn't also. I don't like things stuck on the windshield anyway. I mounted it to my visor bracket right beside and above my rear-view mirror. The wireless sending unit is wired to my back-up lights so when I use "reverse" it sends the video signal to the camera. The sending unit (IMO) should be shielded from weather because of the type of connections used on it. I had to put it way up over my PU taillight right under the stake pocket cover. It would be better suited to a SUV, where it could go inside the door. The reception is fine.
A proper quick, brave, steady, ready gentleman!
2011 PALOMINO SABRE SILHOUETTE 260BHS