Forgive me if this has already been answered...did a search and can't find the answer... So, in regards to the Dynamic Homepoint (setting the new Homepoint to the current birds location) I am wondering if it's current altitude should be where the bird returns to and hovers instead of landing or is landing fully at ground level, by design? I ask because, when you set the Dynamic Homepoint, the acceptance screen says "It will return to this point at minimum altitude of XX.X in accordance to your Failsafe settings" where XX.X is the birds current AGL altitude. The way I interpret that is the bird should climb to your failsafe altitude, return to the Homepoint, and then descend until it reaches the XX.X altitude which was set dynamically, and hover. Instead, it climbs to the failsafe altitude, returns to the Homepoint....and fully lands. Why is it not respecting the recorded altitude...and what is the meaning of that number if it isn't going to respect it? The reason for this question, is imagine you are launching from the deck of boat. You fly the bird a few feet above the deck, and set your dynamic home point. Then after flying, for some reason you lose communication with the RC... I'd expect the bird to return to its recorded position and altitude (respecting the failsafe altitude along the way)...and hover for easy retrieval once you've repositioned the boat from its drift. Instead, it's ignoring the XX.X and doing a full 0' land. Is this a bug, or by design, and if by design, what's the point of recording and reporting its current altitude? PS--This unexpected behavior can be duplicated in the Simulator.