I may be of unpopular opinion here with this, but I will say I also say Food Plots teeter on the edge of fair chase/unfair chase. I know I will get some slack for this, but that's ok - just my opinion and maybe just another viewpoint for others to consider. The way I look at food plots are that they are not a source of "natural" food, therefore altering a deer's (or other wildlife for that matter) path to said food plot is pretty much the definition of "baiting" - Again - my opinion. I can see the argument for both sides though as well cause you could say hunting over a freshly cut bean/corn field is the same thing. To me - it is definitely in the gray area. I also do not own my own land or have much access to private land to be able to maintain a food plot. If I did, however, my opinion would most likely change. I also know how much work people put into the plots, getting the right mixtures, the man hours, etc. so its not like I am saying it doesn't require a ton of effort. I don't know - maybe rambling here - but just my 2 cents. Guess with the original post though, all of these new technologies that are available now, certainly have changed the game. Kind of funny to think back to the days of no cell phones, no trail cams and just having to figure it with only mother nature on your side. Again - not dogging anyone but just throwing out thoughts. Cheers and Happy Hunting!