I always worry about fly-a-ways so I started something new today. I let everything boot up as normal including the flashing greens for course lock and home point. Then I take her up to about 20 feet, put her in CL and make sure the course lock was set correctly. Then I put here in HL and pull the right stick back to make sure it knows where home is. At least the right direction. Before I take off, if I don't see or miss either of the fast greens, I reset both manually with the left switch while on the ground. This only takes an extra couple of seconds and seems worth while to me. The reason I started this was because on my second battery today I thought I would flip into HL and bring her back. I had site of her. When I pulled the right stick back after switching to HL it went in a different direction that it should have. Thinking back I could have been in CL but in any event I implemented this new procedure. What do you guys think? Any one else doing this? Anyone doing anything else just in case?