In my opinion, hiding guys is the #1 most important thing when it comes to successfull spring snow goose hunting, and this was the photo/video that made me believe that. I can tell ya this photo is a legit comparison for a couple reasons. #1. I was there, I knew the situations, and I was with 5 experienced snow goose hunters who truly "thought" we were hidden both days. #2. Both fields were the same type of cover (which was very little) and we had the same number of decoys to work with. Although the wide angle GoPro gives somewhat of a spread out illusion, in both situations the decoys around the hunters felt very close, almost touching, as we were setting the spread. Much closer together than we'd set a midwest corn field spread. #3. Both days were similar weather. Clouds. Overcast. Just enough wind to fill the socks and get the birds coming from a general direction. After flying the quadcopter around the spreads and reviewing the footage, we learned more about concealment from these two back-to-back hunts than we ever have. The biggest thing we learned was in a skinny field, just because you switch to "wearing whites" doesn't mean you're hidden……AT ALL.….no matter how many decoys you have out and how close you place them. There are a lot of things to think about every time you set a snow spread. Some days you have the advantage. Sun. Snow. Fog. Wind. Shadows. These are your friends! Use them! The days you have the disadvantage….overcast. calm. low cover. You better be on your game. You need to note that the angle the birds are approaching at makes a HUGE difference! Snows fly at different heights in Canada in the fall vs MO in the spring. Or on a hot migration day vs a cold snowy feed day. Likewise, the guys in the white's in this photo disappeared from view at lower heights. But there was a very distinct "holy cow there they are altitude". On a different type of day, I have no doubt this set would have worked. Just like any other trick you've got in your bag, you have to know when to use them and when to pull them. You have to adapt and be willing to work with the situation you're dealt. If you and your group swears by white coats…….or you vow never leave your blinds again…….you're selling yourselves short. Snow goose hunting is undoubtedly the ultimate chess match. Fun stuff my friends. Good luck this spring!