And here's the proof! Did I forget to mention that the props were off, the motors were idling the entire time, and I was walking with it... I was trying to map out some trails by our house. I only got one battery light to go out, still had three lights left. I left the TX back at the house and just carried the aircraft on the walk. It actually went a lot longer than this, but for some reason, it stopped recording the "flight path" at some point. (The farthest left path) We have 20 acres of wooded trails and I thought I'd use my new Phantom to try to map them. This is about half of the trails. I'll have to do the rest another day. I hope nobody saw the weirdo walking around the woods carrying a flashing, whirring, white contraption, this morning. I just wish I would have known that it stopped recording the path, since I kept walking for quite a while. I know at some point, when I was behind a big hill, it must have lost signal since the motors spun up and tried to return home. Once I got to the top of the hill, it must have reacquired the signal and it went back to idle.