Howdy- I've got a few of your typical gear questions for a potential documentary in Tanzania. I'd love to do it in HD, and I've been reading up on the HVX-200. It seems to be a pretty amazing camera, but I'm not sure if it's the one for me. First of all, what recording medium would be best? I'd maybe be able to bring a laptop, but what are the data rates produced by the HVX? If I were down there for 1-2 months, shooting a few hours every few days, how much space would I need? I know that the HVX can record to tape, but can it record true 720p to them? If so, I'd simply buy 50-75 tapes and bring them down. The other thing I'm wondering is about power.... I know the power source where i'dbe filming is very unreliable, so what are my options? I know there are a few portable solar cells you can buy, but could they provide enough charge to fill the batteries? Does anyone have extensive experience with the HVX or have used it in similar rough and tough documentary situations?