I am building a new house and am looking for recommendations on a new home surveillance system. I currently have a couple year old Q-See eight cam system but I want better resolution. My cams are 960h, and they don't give me the clarity I want, especially at night. Also, Q-See won't update the mobile apps for remote viewing, so the iPad app no longer works at all, and the iPhone app leaves a lot to be desired. I also have to constantly unplug the cameras from the power supply as the IR filters gets stuck on. I probably won't be going with a Q-See system in the new house. My new house is about 3200 sqft and I will need at least nine cameras to get the coverage I want. The new house is just framed right now and I will be pre-wiring it next weekend (got it cleared with the builder) with copper Ethernet cable to the locations I want the cams, so install should be a breeze. I will definitely want an HD system. What systems are you guys using? I'm not looking for a cloud-based system; I want a complete, wired, stand alone system. I'm not gonna pay a company to store my footage. I am thinking of this system: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XYW1519/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A9PR9F25FPUE0 Thoughts? I will be taking the 4TB HDD out of my current DVR and putting it into the new DVR, so HDD size doesn't really matter to me. I'd at least like to have the clarity to identify faces in my driveway at night and maybe read license plates. My neighbor's car was recently broken into at 3am, and while I was able to see the incident on camera, I couldn't discern any identifiable features of the thief.