Hey all - so I've found that for shots that require anything more than simple motion (flight that's straight forward or straight up and down), I vastly prefer the smoothness of Litchi missions. Manual flying so often results in those little bumps that ruin any sort of professional feel to video. But, we don't always have the luxury of visiting a place more than once; sometimes you just have to show up, shoot video, and leave. So what's the best way to get good video? Do you take the time to plan and input Litchi missions after you've arrived? Seems like the POI function in DJI Go and Orbit in Litchi should work well, but whenever I try, it seems the camera has to "catch up" and adjust, ruining the shot. Even Course Lock in DJI Go is hard to do a flyby with because you have to manually control yaw. How do you all approach this issue? Are automated Litchi missions really the only way to go for smooth video unless circumstances just don't permit it? I'll admit I haven't played with creating a mission in the air by adding waypoints - is that worth it? I find it hard to take my time and focus on mission planning when I'm burning through battery in the air - but maybe that is the answer after all. Grateful for your input!