Got my Mobius today 8 days from ordering, very impressed, plus a stick to the screen mount using the link provided by Kurt in his first post on this thread. But awaiting the 12v to 5v 3 meter cable [from another supplier] to hard wire it in [again using Kurts guide]
Attached the screen mount with duck tape temporaly just above the "airbag" screen sticker and took it out for a spin. Well with the heat sink side facing down wards to give you access to the buttons the video recorded and played back upside down. Now whilst I have since sorted that with the "mSetup" Zip I downloaded later. The video on that first run straight out of the box also played back darker than it actually was, it was about that time when the lights set to Auto are about to come on. So I would be interested to know what settings you have yours on Kurt and you Ben as we are all using the standard lensed Mobius.
Oh and on that first run, as I have the "auto rain sensor " extended housing directly behind the "auto dimming" rear view mirror. Positioned where it was the playback had the corner of the extended housing in view. So I will have to find another position for it I'm afraid.
To miss videoing the housing it would have to move further sideways to the passenger side, away from the back of the rear view mirror [don't like that idea] There is the option to attach the mount to the rear and bottom of the rain sensor housing plumb centre, but that drops the camera below the mirror. Whilst hardly noticeable from the outside looking in from the front, it is highly visiable from outside the car looking in from either the passenger or drivers side.
Another option may be to sticky back Velcro the camera housing to the rear of the auto dimming mirror, or to the rear of the rain sensing extended housing and use a 20cm camera lense extension cable to allow me to afix the lens to the underside of the auto rairn sensor housing. Rather not but it might be the only option if I want it to de discreet from all angles. [ oh the joys of having the Titanium spec].................Ideas welcome, feel free to join in.