there HAS to be an engineer or someone in the security industry that can help me with this (couldn't find a more suitable forum ) here's the deal, I've got a motorcycle, and the prev owner shaved the damn mirrors off, had a body shop remove them and fill in the holes with filler. So, to moun mirrors I'd need a new upper ($350) and have it custom painted to match (no clue on the $ at least a bill or two) so since LCD technology for in car electronics applications is so inexpensive these days I thought HEY I'll take a B&W pinhole cam, mount it above the rear fender where it can't be seen (it's like 1.25" square, pretty small) and hook it up to a 4" LCD I can mount under the instrument cluster. seems simple enough, a few concerns though is there any way to "mirror" the camera output somehow, meaning when I look at the lcd a vehicle on my left will appear on the right side of the screen, fairly confusing, but something I can get over if I have to. also is there a cheap way to display 2 cameras on 1 screen? the quad splitters for security applications are bukly and expensive thanks for the input!