So I plugged the Phantom in to the computer for the first time ever last night (I was trying to avoid doing that), and it seemed to go just fine (but I didn't really know what I was doing, so I wouldn't swear that it worked fine). I was a little apprehensive about how it would work today on its first flight of firmware 3.06. It took a long time for the app (FPV) to connect but it finally connected after I got about 60 ' into the air. I took off without it since it recorded a home position and I could see that I had control of the camera (pitched up and down fine in close quarters where I could see it moving). I started the video too even though I couldn't see the video. I was feeling adventurous so I flew it up to about 1000' about 500' away from me. Of course I couldn't see it directly but I could now see what it could see, but unfortunately I couldn't tell exactly where it was from its view (didn't think to look at the radar). Anyway it started losing the control signal and I suspect that the iPad mini was blocking the control signal because it turned out to be over my shoulder behind me! I moved around a little bit to see if I could get the control signal to connect, but apparently I wasn't fast enough because it finally decided to come home. This was the first time I have ever had it do that (I never tested that function when it was first new). But it worked like a charm and Once I saw it (some time after I could hear it) returning I was able to set S1 and regain control and then flew it in for a hand catch. I was very pleased and reassured that it came home. I really didn't expect it to, I would have given it no better than a 50:50 chance of coming home.