As I've posted elsewhere I'm struggling to master simple ATTI flight maneuvers. I have an excellent place to practice -- ten unobstructed acres of knee-high pasture grass. One of my greatest challenges has been determining the Phantom's orientation. As a visual aid I've added a pink foam "noodle" to the left landing strut and a green one on the right -- but once the quad is much more than 100 away from me, I find it very difficult to clearly determine its orientation. As a result, I've developed a new Phantom accessory for the orientation challenged noobie: the POS (Phantom Orientation Solution). I know this will be popular because when I demonstrated it to a friend and he said, "That is definitely a P.O.S.!" Here it is: The weight of the POS is 25 grams. Does it help? Like a charm, especially when flying at higher altitudes.