Situation: I have a Phantom 1.1.1, and I have a GoPro 3+. I'm fine at flying, I've done video and stills (used it to document our roof getting replaced, among other things). My parents will be visiting, and my dad's been getting into RC quads/helis and we're going to go flying one afternoon while they're here. His are the more indoor ones. I thought it would be pretty neat to actually SEE what my Phantom is seeing (or the GoPro, anyway), especially since we have a lot of canyons and some rivers around, so it might be cool to fly up 'em (for 5 min or less). Research: I've looked into this somewhat, including scanning through a dozen or so threads on this forum, but it seems like there's no "best" or single solution to what I'm looking for. As in, coming at this from a world of photography, if you want to accomplish something, there is a specific lens that you use, that's it, nada más. So ...: So, what is generally recommended? I've seen two folks link to this at ReadyMadeRC, and a few others mention the company. All I want to see is what the GoPro is seeing ... so I need some sort of viewer, a 5.8 GHz antenna from the GoPro, and a receiver for the viewer ... is it more complicated than that? And I don't really mind something like goggles versus a screen, in fact I think goggles might be preferable since it's not something additional you have to hold, so I don't think that kit would be best. Budget/Effort: As for budget, I really don't want to spend more than $300 (I wanted to spend less, but I don't think that's possible). I'm also looking for this to be as painless as possible -- plug-'n'-play, if you will. Soldering, etc. ... not a fan, and I would think that a solution that doesn't involve that is out there somewhere. Thoughts? Recommendations?