Hey guys, A happy customer of the FPVLR Stage 2 kit, I flew out to 3600 feet yesterday (personal best) in an area with quite a lot of RF interference. I have a couple of questions about the antennas on the bird side, hoping someone can help... * The two 2.4GHz 1" square panel antennas are mounted on the left and right sides of the bird, pointing out. Does that mean you get better video range when flying the bird out sideways, i.e. with the left or right side of the bird facing you? * The two 5.8GHz control dipole antennas are mounted vertically on diagonally opposite legs. Since dipoles have nulls coming out of the top and bottom, that makes flying directly up quite difficult. For high altitude flights, would it work to change the orientation of one (or both) of the dipoles so that it's horizontal and parallel to the ground? This is trivial to do, you can just pull the antenna out of the leg and tape it below the battery or above the gimbal. Cheers!