I'm leaving in two hours for a road trip out west with some friends. We're flying to LA and renting a small SUV to drive around the southwest to different camping and hiking spots. We're all three photographers so we want to bring a laptop or two, but not sure how it'll work out (realize I should have posted this earlier). Anyway, our tentative plan is to leave them in the car when we go hiking camping, and download photos while we travel to the next spot. However, it is summer, and it gets hot. I know the specs say don't store it hotter than 113F, so we're a little worried about leaving them in the car. Cracking a window seems sketchy since cars get robbed at state parks all the time. We're not going to be camping anywhere where the temps are supposed to be more than I think 102.. (originally planning to check out Death Valley, but now I think we're just passing through since the highs are in the 120's F) I guess I don't have a specific question, just wanted to see if anyone had any ideas. We don't want to carry them with us since they weigh like 4-5lbs and are also kind of fragile to be lugging around in a backpack with other gear.. Though we have foam inserts from photo luggage we could use.. please reply ASAP! Thanks everyone!