Please give me some advice, if possible, on how to set up a dashcam rig where I can show TMC'ers a clear view of the road, as well as a simultaneous view of the autopilot screen. A two camera set-up, perhaps, where I can sync the feed? Last night something so strange happened that if you told me it happened on your car I wouldn't believe it unless I saw the footage myself. On the 10 freeway going east in the right hand lane my car began drifting to the right toward the shoulder. It crossed over the very clearly marked right hand lane marker (solid white) and did not seem to know how to find its way back. I would have preferred to keep letting it do its thing except for the fact that there were cars behind me and I didn't want to get pulled over if one was a cop. So I don't know if the car would have gone all the way toward the concrete barrier before sonar told it to move left again, or what. I have no explanation for this behavior - the lane markings were as clear as one could hope for. There was no traffic on either side - the car simply began drifting to the right. I glanced at the screen while it was doing it and saw that it had lost the right marker on the screen also - it went from a blue line to gray. But I don't even have a hypothesis as to why. Earlier on the same drive, about 20 miles west of that point it did begin ping-ponging quite aggressively and I cancelled autopilot, then turned it on again and the behavior was fixed. Again for no reason I could surmise - the lane markings were extremely clear at that point also. And night time is usually when the system shines because the contrast between markings and pavements is so great. FWIW I have the latest firmware - rainbow road. And I have several hundred miles of driving on this firmware.