Hi folks! First, yes, I am a newbie to FPV. I've had my P2 for a couple months now and am quite confident in flight, so I decided to add FPV. I did a lot of research, and I understand that there are a million individual opinions on what's "best" and two million combinations of gear. Being new to FPV, I went with what seemed like the most user friendly solution - a "plug & play" kit with the FPV Hub, AVL58, iOSD Mini, and Black Pearl monitor. This was added to my existing H3-3D and GoPro. Easy installation - Check. Nice, clear picture and iOSD overlay from P2 to monitor while both are on the ground - Check. Performance in flight - Meh. I was able to only get about 20 yards out before the picture started breaking up. Beyond that, I lost it completely. Through searching and reading a lot of discussions, I have checked the obvious - antenna tightness, correct channels on TX and RX, etc. One obvious question that I didn't easily find an existing answer to - does the placement of the AVL58 matter? At the moment, I have it mounted underneath the battery compartment with the antenna sticking out the back of the P2 like a little tail. So my first thought - is the proximity to the battery causing interference? (I do have photos that I can add if it would help). If that is the problem though, with the H3-3D, Hub, and iOSD already taking up real estate on the underbelly, there really aren't any better options for the TX placement. I'm hoping I didn't get duds on either the TX or RX end and that there's something really obvious that I can try. Please be kind to a newbie! Thanks!