Summary: I bought this as an alternative to an off camera screen for my DSLR, when it is flying on a crane, till I can afford an actual screen made for such purposes. On that note, if you are looking at this for the same purposes.. DON'T! Just figure a way to scrape the dough together, plastic, pick up cans, whatever, and go get a SMALLHD or pop by Philip Bloom's site & see what else he suggests.
Pros: Light, basically light on the wallet, won't break my heart if it falls off a cliff, easy to wire to 12v battery, Its a fine, nice screen!
Cons: Load of wires, which dosn't matter if you are using it normally, ie, in your car. I wanted it for alternative purposes, so I just taped em together..sucks to pack out in the brush tho! haha Don't buy as a cheap alternative for a DSLR or video camera screen, specially if you want to pull focus using this thing. It won't make you happy!
Conclusion: I dont use the monitors for the intended application (car headrest), but I use them in a test lab to monitor console output and they work great. I have used the BV7HR in the past, and the BV7HIR has a much lower instance of failure.
Conclusion: I have a show car and go to many car shows around new england. These monitors are in the headrests and look great! The picture is clear and beautiful. easy to install and get alot of attention. If your looking for quality,go no further.