This, alas, turned out to be a failure. At least with the software that came with the camera, it cannot handle the sunlight, and produces nothing more than a white image. I hope I don't have to pay for a more expensive system just to see if we have neighbors who are just a bit beyond polite. On the other hand, it would be nice to actually have proof if they do something worse. (Derrick claims one pointed a BB gun at him, and we did see what Derrick thought was a BB in the driveway the other day -- although I've only ever seen brass ones, and this BB sized ball was bright green. So worse isn't entirely out of the question.)
I hope that once we sell the Bartlett house (Anyone need a house in Bartlett? It might even be a nice ready-to-rent if you can at least offer us enough to make it worth it to us), we'll end up someplace where there are nice kids. Alas, the cynic in me wonders if there are any neighborhoods with nice kids left in this country.