OK, I've been reading now for a while about the experiences with the new firmware and the 7th channel tilt function. First of all I have to mention that there are lots of people here not realizing that the tilt function always worked outside the DJI app, that is if you did not start the app. As soon as you did the gimbal would only tilt from the commands from the app. So I find it kinda surprising to see posts like those: That is the same behavior you had on the old firmware! You just didn't try it! Now to actually make it work in the new firmware you have to go into the DJI Assistant software on you computer and select "Upgraded Version" instead of "Basic Version" for transmitter. DJI messed here up a bit because they placed an illustration for the "Basic Version" that shows the old transmitter with the tilt lever on the back side suggesting that it should work if you leave it selected as "Basic Version". But it doesn't. After you do that it works, but people are wondering why does it only tilt a small amount. Well, the problem is in the lever design. For some reason(unknown to me) all the tilt levers that I saw have a plastic limiting plate. Probably so that the tilt lever does not hit the parts of the transmitter on the back. However that plate physically limits the use of full range of the 7th channel knob inside the transmitter. You can test that by simply using a screwdriver(like you did when you switched from CE to FCC). Since those levers where used until now mostly by people owning Phantom 2 non vision with a Zenmuse h3-3d gimbal it did not matter since it had the option to calibrate the 7th channel to use only the available range. That is what I see that people are trying to achieve now through those hacks with downgrading and what not, cheat the Phantom into thinking it has a Zenmuse gimbal and calibrate it that way. I'm hoping that either DJI will fix this in an upgrade soon and allow calibration or that someone is going to start producing levers that take advantage of the full range. My question for others is, is there any other reason why current levers have those limiting plates, beside purely for not hitting the battery compartment on one side and the hand grip on the other? Why couldn't the lever be made to move above all that and have full range?