VLA image of the outer Galaxy H II region S127 is overlayed with contours of integrated CO emission observed with the BIMA array. The high resolution and large scale imaging capabilities of the array enable studies of small scale properties of molecular clouds at large distances. At a distance of 10 kpc (typical for outer Galaxy clouds like S127), BIMA enables the resolution of 0.2 pc clumps, similar to the linear resolution of 12-m single-dish observations of nearby clouds like Orion. The BIMA array is therefore the ideal instrument for studies of distant molecular clouds.