Have researched this but sounds like solutions some have used in the past may not work as well with most recent updates or may not work long term. Picking up a new 3 and trying to plan what to do with the front 2 USB ports. Don't want to buy twice if you know what I mean, I already have a Telsa Wireless Charger (official Tesla one). Really only need the left side of that pad as my wife's phone does not have wireless charging. Still wouldn't mind connecting the right side though but would be easier to live with reduced power to it. Left side I don't really want to reduce power to ; as it can be a struggle for me to keep my phone always charged. Thinking I will still keep a IPhone USB cable to be able to use the back ports or Cigarette lighter plug to faster charge the phone when using Waze or similar and the pad location is not most convenient. I am not very anal about having a cord showing. Recording video / sentry cam ; sounds like a great idea. Music via USB ; I like the idea of having maybe 50 songs I would load on a USB just for best sound quality but for me is not something I would likely maintain nor insist on using. I am fairly certain Bluetooth audio from my phone or even FM / not so good Slacker / Tune In will meet 99% of my audio needs. I have a 4 port 3.1 USB hub, so that is one option. Plug the left side of the wireless pad in directly. Use the right side for the other wireless pad, the Sentry Cam device, the USB music and that leaves one free which sounds nice. I have a small USB enough for music already I could use. Should I just buy a mini 128 or 256 sturdy SD card with USB adapter for the Sentry. Is that the best option? Can the right side provide enough power for everything I am talking about and work well? It requires only 1 purchase which is ideal for me cost wise and keeps maximum juice to my side of the wireless pad. If I went all USB thumb drive, I would need to buy a new one anyway as I only have small capacity ones now. Not really interested in buying a portable Hard Drive at this time. Or do I really need to run music and cam on separate ports, requiring splitter cables or similar to still get the wireless pad working and also requiring reduced power on my phone side. I looked into the Jeda Hub, while it looks great it seems pricey and given their service and shipping time is poorly regarded not sure I want to bother.