Hunting the land we hunt has become a challange in the last few years. Everyone keeps moving there stands around, with out much regard for the true path or habitats of the deer. One guy told me where he is putting his stand this year, which means he has to drive past my stand to get to his. Well, he always wakes up late... So, I have found a neat location for a stand. It is a small opening (50' x 80') in a thick as heck pine grove along a well used deer path. I want to change the habits of the deer and put up a tripod feeder with a timer and fill it with corn. I would like to stay in the $100 - $150 range. If It get ruined or stolen, I don't want to be out a ton of money. Anyone have and experience wiyth these feeders. Also, I will probably buy it at BP, since cabelas isn't here in St. Louis yet.