I have read several of these forum topics discussing the removal of the camera. One that I saw and will support wholeheartedly is using a dremel to cut a groove into the screw that holds the camera bracket. It is MUCH easier than trying to remove the swaged in screw threads and gently prying the tabs loose on the painted panel. That process is ripe for failure and potentially causing further issues/damage. I simply cut the groove into the bottom of the screw, backed it out, and replaced it with a small bolt, lock washer and nut. It took far less time to do this than trying to get the two plastic pieces apart. Now if I could get the camera image to not be upside down, I would have it made!