Background I updated the P3, controller, and batteries to the latest firmware yesterday. I also updated the NVIDIA Shield tablet to the Android DJI GO App. Today I took it out for its first run. I really wanted to test everything out first but I had jobs to do; nothing like OJT (on the job testing). This is by no means a comprehensive review of all of the new features, I don't use most of the features in the app, so this review is just for what I encountered on my first day flying. The Good Video Stutter - my NVIDIA Shield stutter problem is finally gone. I can report that at least for me, the stuttering problem is now non-existent. It was very severe previously, even after disabling and uninstalling everything possible from the tablet, updating to the latest Android OS, and putting the tablet in Airplane mode. Photo/Video Menu - The new photo/video menu is way more intuitive, and the new grid and cross hairs option is awesome. It really helps in lining up the P3 for a video run or full frame architectural pictures. Also, with the cross hairs (and no video lag) I can tell sooner now that the P3 is drifting off course and can correct it. Gimbal Tilt Speed - The gimbal tilt speed range is now much more granular. I don't remember what the previous scale was but I know I had set the speed to 2 and now it's on 50 after the upgrade so that tells me the granularity greatly increased. The Bad Weird Signal Problems - The app completely disconnected from the P3 while it was hovering less than 800 feet away. Also after upgrading the firmware and the app, the app showed a weak transmitter signal when the transmitter was less than 2 feet away. I rebooted the controller and the problem went away, but today in the field the app disconnected completely and with no prior warning. The DJI Pilot app never did that before, so needless to say this is not a minor problem to have. This could be a transmitter firmware issue. Drifting off course - My P3 has a nasty habit of slowly turning right when I am telling it to fly in a straight line. I had similar problems with the P2. I hide it through micro adjustments to the flight path, but its annoying nonetheless. It seems like it has gotten worse with the new firmware but it could have just been the wind. I could probably tinker with the gain settings until it's fixed but typically fixing it that way introduces problems somewhere else. Wish List Camera Tilt - it would be nice if there was a granular readout for the camera's tilt. Currently it has lines that are hard to see when flying, if it had a numerical readout it would be easier to quickly set the camera tilt to a specific degree. This is useful when flying construction sites where you want each video or picture to be the exact same angle as the previous visit. Custom Buttons Multiple Actions - It would be nice to be able to program multiple settings to the custom buttons. For example; camera tilt, ISO, Shutter Speed, and altitude all sent to the P3 with a single button press. Live streaming to DJI Lightbridge - This is my #1 wish. When I do events and want to live stream I currently have to stay tethered to the HDMI cable. Letting the P3 link with a Lightbridge receiver would let me live stream untethered up to 3 miles away, and I'm sure this would help DJI sell more Lightbridge units. Wrap-Up Not sure if any DJI employees are on these forums (BladeStrike?) but it would be nice if the wish list made it back to the mother ship. And of course that nasty signal bug get fixed ASAP.