Hey Everyone! NOTE: Questions are in bold if you don't want to read everything. So I just came back from Baylands Park in Sunnyvale. Overall, I had a great time. The new Bestmaple Signal Booster I bought from Amazon worked really well. Whereas I would lose ALL connectivity (both video and RC) at about 1600 feet before, today I was able to hit 5,000 feet with all connectivity intact (video lagged at times, but TBE). At that point, I had to turn back because I would have had to fly over business buildings. Also, one of the dudes doing FPV drone racing came over and told me to avoid flying over the marshlands because it is a "preserve" and they have been warned by someone not to fly over them, or no-one would be allowed to fly at Baylands Park. Does anyone have any idea who has the right to tell us we cant fly over barren marshlands (no people, only a few scattered geese)? Anyways, I wont fly over there anymore because I don't want to ruin it for everyone, although I am curious as to why. Also, I had my first crash. I was flying the quad towards me really fast. Unfortunately, I did not stop soon enough, and I clipped some small branches about 3 feet off the ground behind me (stupid mistake). This stopped two of the rotors momentarily. Then, when I picked up the drone, those two rotors started back up and hit my left leg, leaving a few small cuts. I need to be more careful! Anyways, everything worked perfectly for the 40+ mins of flying after the crash, except for one minor thing. When I ascended all the way to max altitude, and then dropped altitude, the DJI Go app warned me that I had reached the maximum altitude, even though I was GOING DOWN. It happened every single time I ascended to max altitude and then started descending. Has anyone else had this problem? Thanks for all your help! P.S. I'm flying a P3P with an Ipad Air 2.