Hi All, Considering a phantom 2+ but I live at 5175 feet at the base of the rockies one of the reasons I have not considered a cheaper solution. Today at my home we have 95F, 16% humidity and pressure of 30.12. This calculates to a density altitude of around 8000 feet. How does the bird perform at this density altitude? What is affected? Flight time shorter? Less maneuverable? What about wind? We have a lot of nice days here. We also have some "typical" days where the wind is 10-15 knots. Is the bird able to handle this or based on density altitude and wind would I be grounded? I used to fly both R/C planes and hell and used to fly commercially for many years both fixed and rotorcraft so I'm aware of weather and environmental limitations. I would not expect the phantom to perform like at sea level but if its a real dog at this altitude then perhaps I need something a little beefier. Thanks to all who reply! Looks like a fun bird!