I posted about this in a different thread, so please forgive me, But I wanted to start my own and ask this questions: Has anyone tried it? Is it a bad idea? Here is my deal, I live in an urban area with a lot of interference… I usually lose video Wifi signal after around 1,000 – 1,300 feet. However my RC Radio signal stays strong. So on Sunday I went for a fly, I lost video at 1,500’ as usual, but kept going. When I got far enough where my drone was just a dot in the sky, I called RTH and went home. Looked at flight video from SD card to see how far I got, and then measured distance on Google maps, I got to about 3,300 feet from the start point. I fly out of my back yard, I live next to 2 schools, ambulance station, apartment buildings, and a lot of houses, so there is A LOT of interference. Unfortunately my car broke down, and I don’t always have a chance to go to a better flying area. And another question: is there way to record distance in the app without WiFi connection? Right now I have to use visual references and check the map to see how far I get! My problem is video cutting out way before the radio RC signal… I realize that many fellow pilots on this forum live and fly in rural areas or have access to large open land without much interference, so that is not a problem, But for a P3-Standard pilots like myself living in a urban area it’s an issue, and I’m just trying to extend my range a little and have some fun flying that thing..., for more than 1,000 feet away. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks guys!