Hi all, Have a newly constructed house that I just got the keys to. I didn't get a chance to do anything while the house was being built by the builder so have to do all my wiring work now. I want to setup approximately 10-12 IP PoE cameras using BlueIris but had a few questions regarding the install. 1) My walls are 10' tall. I have read advice suggesting to install at 8' or lower for cameras to have the best chance of ID'ing someone but I can't help but feel that it will look weird to have a camera not mounted at the top part of the wall and instead be 2' lower on the side of the wall. I live in an HOA and don't want to draw attention to the cameras -- would rather have them be a little more subtle. Has anyone installed their cameras at 10' high and been ok with them? 2) Are 2MP Starlights really the best camera to go with still or is this the recommended camera more because it fits most budgets? Are there any 4K cameras that will do decent low-light as well as the amazing picture during brightly lit days? I've read the wiki and lots of posts on the forum but it just seems strange to me that 2MP cameras are still being recommended in 2018. Surely there has to be something better, even if it is a little more expensive, that can do a better job at day and night. Thank you for all your help!