DNG - Any location that would work for observing is on the neighbors land. No go. Only other option is creeping in and hiding in the beans, but I'd be scared they'd feed towards me and eventually bust me. Or I wouldn't be able to leave without them seeing me.
On top of that, I highly doubt they are feeding in those beans anymore. I'm sure they're turning by now. I wouldn't be able to see them leave either bedding area and head to corn.
Divergent - That could be. I don't get much for patterns on deer around here, bedding is pretty spread out. You could be right, but I think its most likely a coincidence.
Ed - Maybe I should invite you... you'd have a chance to kill yourself
(Did you see my Beast Bucks thread... I named a buck after you, Dan and Dewey... still waiting on more name worthy bucks but you made the cut right off the bat!)
Cbniner - I spent many hours in here this spring and have a good idea where they're bedding. However its hard to figure out which one they're using by scouting my way in. They have good visibility and the areas they bed aren't that big, and the food is close. Pretty easy to get busted.
Headgear - this is on a finger of land about 100 yards wide with crop on both sides. I can get to this camera without busting them out of there, but its not exactly a food plot scenario. I should post the aerial I posted in my journal... no time tonight. I do think the most likely thing I will do is sneak in at noon to check my camera. Only thing that sucks is I might have to go through 3/4 mile of standing corn twice. Depends on the wind direction.