I have previously used a mobius and a Joovuu-x both of which suffered from micro USB failure.
I put quite some time into thinking how to place the cameras and chose to offset the front camera to avoid any potential impact from the front fender. (The video shows how much it moves on what I thought was a flat road).
I ran its cable up to the nearside front fairing mount, across to the offside front fairing mount, down to the bottom of the battery box. I then removed the fuel tank running the cable under the battery box and along the offside inside of the fuel tank hole and up to the controller.
With the rear placement I ran the cable down to the front of the nearside side panel then back up to the controller.
As I have an Autocom the best placement of the controller was behind that.
I also have a DAB radio so placed the GPS behind its antenna running the cable through the same route as the rear running/brake rear light cable. Its location does have a minor impact on receiver signal which causes the speed to be off on occasion for a second or two. ie under hard acceleration the speed may take a second or two to catch up to actual speed. This I believe is my placement not the product.
For the power supply I placed this at the back of the bike where I ran a short earth to the rear break fluid container securing bolt. As I hade removed the tank I ran the permanent live back along the front camera cable rout to the battery. The switched live I ran to my DAB switched live. If you don’t have any switched products fitted then I think there maybe a switched supply at the rear but definitely on at the front on the nearside in the large black plastic cover just to the right of the wing mirror. So you should consider running that cable at the same time as the front camera cable.
Overall a superb product and the stability at speed is outstanding.
Negatives – The instructions were quite simple and I got a little confused using the app specifically around changing the view of the cameras from standard to mirrored. my first rear view was back to front when played back on my computer. I am also uncertain if I view the rear view mirrored on my mounted phone while riding will the recording only be the rear view or include the front view and can I record the rear view un mirrored and watch it mirrored.
I could have done with a few more of the stick down cable holders.