I run my Phantom with my DX6i and a Nazza Wookong Machine with my T8 Futaba. Everything runs great, very happy, but somebody mentioned something to me the other day which actually got me thinking and now I'm very worried about it. I set my machines up with the fail-safe switch position, and they both respond to that great. BUT, this other person related a story to me about his friend who had a genuine radio failure and the Phantom basically freaked out and came down hard. He said that despite this guy having set up the "controlled" failsafe option on a switch, he had failed to check the auto failsafe in the case of a legitimate transmitter failure. Now, I honestly never thought about that, I assumed that setting up the actions of failsafe in the Nazza assistant was all I needed to do but now it seems that isn't the case... ? When we employ a different radio system Does the Nazza take full control in the case of L.O.S regardless of any other settings, or do we have to specifically program the Nazza to listen to a channel and if it goes into a failsafe state, respond to that instead?