I'm an absolute rookie to drones and actually made my first ever flight a few hours ago. It was also the maiden voyage of my newly acquired Phantom 4. All went well, I'm glad to say, with gentle landings exactly where I intended. The video footage of the first flight was nice and smooth but a bit dull as I'm still in Beginner mode. I'm a photographer by profession (well, in practice, I suppose these days I'm a wordsmith and picture-jack) and am looking forward to aerial photography and videography. I live in the UK... right in the middle, in Burton-on-Trent (famous for its beer brewing heritage). Derbyshire's Peak District National Park is not far away which should provide some good drone footage opportunities. Semi-retired aged 73, I am really looking forward to a new activity. I hope to incorporate a drone capability into my self-employed photography and graphic design business in due course. I shall follow the forum with interest in the hope that a few gems of knowledge emerge. I have no doubt that they will. Tony.