Just purchased Autopilot. Been reading the extensive manual and playing around with the app on my iPad (have not yet connected to P3). I want to get a much better understanding of this software prior to using it for a flight. The manual is very detailed, but it seems to skip over some of the more obvious items. (IMO). Is Autopilot meant to be used a replacement for DJI GO? I realize you need to quit one before starting the other - but is Autopilot meant to be used instead of DJI GO for all flight operations? Or is it supposed to be used in lieu of the DJI advanced flight modes only? With DJI GO, I generally do a pre-flight procedure and then use the "auto take off" button. Then I would fly to a higher altitude near my first waypoint (for waypoint missions) and engage the waypoint mode to run the mission. Doing the same in Autopilot... should I still use GO to get airborne and near the first point. Then launch Autopilot and switch to that to run a flight path? Or it is designed skip any use of GO and do everything through Autopilot. Regarding waypoint missions in Autopilot... I have run several missions in DJI GO. Process is easy enough. I have re-created one of those missions in Autopilot. I used the actual GO mission locations and altitudes as reference. I should have plenty of clearance from any trees or ground obstacles. However, what happens if I don't like the actual flight path? I see how I can drop out of the mission. I also see how I can resume the mission from where I left off. But what about modifying the waypoints? Can this be easily done "on the fly" - something like "update based on current position" for position, altitude, yaw or gimbal pitch? I am pretty sure I will have to do some fine tuning when I see what the camera actually sees. Any other tips or tricks for using Autopilot, especially for waypoint missions?