I'm sure there has been good and bad.
My experience was awsome!
I drew my first MI bear tag last year and hunted in Roscommon. I kept 2 baits active with tons of jelly donuts. I used a 500 event timer on both sites, as well as, using a steath cam which I moved back and forth between the two.
At first I had settings for 2 pics every 1 minute. Most of these pics were of the bear's faces and the second was of the bear leaving the county.
I tried setting the cam for 1 pic only with a 12 minute delay between pics. BINGO!!!
I started getting all kinds of great pics. Retreaving film was like X-Mas as a kid. I couldn't wait to develope it and see what I got.
And what a scouting tool. I had 5 differtent bears on site one with the biggest being around 250lb. At site two I had only 3 different bears with the biggest being around 250 also.
On the second day of the season a took a decent boar weighing 230lb. I would not argue that that bear was no monster but I would argue that I had as much fun as a guy that took a 400lber. I took it because I knew it was top end of the bears that I had photographed over the entire baiting season. Without the pics I may have held out for a larger animal and risk no steaks for dinner. That my friend would have been a crime. Anyone whos eaten bear knows what I'm talking about.
Lastly, that camera turned what would have been great into a much more. My bear hunt started the day I started baiting. I got to see the fruits of the labor all sumer.
No problems with teeth or claws, just be careful not to get sweet smells on it.
Buy it, use it , and you'll love it!