Hi, I've taken my P2V up for a few flights and I'm loving it... I've also read and learned a lot from this forum, so all of your collective experience is greatly appreciated. I think I know the answer to most of these questions, but I really just want to verify because flying the phantom far away (when it is just a speck in the sky) is still pretty nerve wracking for me. I don't like the idea of losing control of it, but losing control of it when I can't even see it because it's far away is a little scary. 1) As in Colin's video, is the FPV signal connection always broken before the remote control signal? In the video he was able to fly it back until FPV signal was reestablished. 2) In the event that FPV signal is lost, will the compass function on the Vision App still work? For example, say it's out about a 1000 feet, and I lose video signal, and I want to fly it back like Colin did in the video, but I'm not sure which way it is pointed. Can I use the compass button to make sure that I am flying it back towards me, and not further away? I understand that even if I am flying it further away, I will eventually lose all control and the RTH function will kick in, but I'd rather avoid that altogether if possible. 3) I think this has been asked before, but if it is high in the sky, several hundred feet and I want to bring it down, is it ok to just hold the left stick down all the way for a while, or will that cause the motors to shut off the same way it would when the P2V is landed? Thanks in advance for your time and responses - any tips you have for building confidence while flying the phantom out of visual range are much appreciated. Maybe I just need to take it out more and trust the RTH function! Thanks! -Jeff.