Noting that highly-experiential 'life-sampling' methods often do not integrate a first-person, qualified or reflective accounts, we developed a novel recording apparatus, the Probotron. This is an experience recording installation that can be deployed during situated events. We use this novel situated installation as an explorative means to investigate the potential of integrating reflective, subjective accounts into the highly chronological records that might be found in a lifelog collection. It has gathered 624 responses from 3 distinct deployments. It explores the experience of experience capture and asks what a first person account can contribute to data-centered records. A reworked version for distributed and personal use is planned.