Hello, I suspect my Model X dash cam may be destroying USB drives in short order. I started with a MicroSD card in a mini-USB reader. It was something I had, was compact, and thought it would perform better than a USB stick. It worked for... let's say two weeks before the webcam icon would stop appearing reliably. I decided to insert the MicroSD with USB adapter into my laptop, watch some of the video, clear the data, and start over. It worked in the Model X for a couple hours, after which the car stopped detecting the USB entirely. I took the device back to my laptop to discover the adapter had been fried somehow. The MicroSD card still worked if I put it in a new reader. However, that one particular reader was dead. So, I went to my USB drawer and grabbed a relatively new, 32gb USB3 Lexar stick. I prepared the disc properly and inserted in the Model X. Once again, everything works for about two weeks. Then, the dash cam icon would stop appearing reliably (again). I put the USB in my laptop, watched some footage, cleared the drive and started over (again). The drive worked in the Model X for a couple hours until complete failure (again). I reinsert into my laptop and the USB device has broken completely. As a USB stick, I can't separate the memory from the USB plug this time. I can say the laptop recognizes something was plugged in, assigns a drive letter, but then the USB stick light just slowly pulses. (A slow pulsing being different than the typical flashing from reading/writing data). Despite the computer seeing and assigning a drive, the device cannot be accessed or formatted. These are unusual ways for the drives themselves to fail, while the lead-up to failure is identical. I am going back to the USB drawer now. Not sure if I should grab a high-end one as a 'best case scenario', or a poor one since it could fail again. I'll let you know later. Has anyone else had similar issues?