Shameful waste this afternoon. Took off from Williamstown in Melbourne Aus and it was the perfect time and location. Just before sunset, lots of small yachts in the foreground, looming snaking bridge to the left, cbd skyline across the bay straight in front.... But it was too windy. I made the call and landed it. Not worth rising the quad, I'll come back. What was interesting to me was that this was the first time the p3 didn't hover in place. Manual control could and did counteract the wind but without intervention it was drifting downwind badly. Upon review the footage was major jello. That's probably my fault as after my first flight small crash my adhoc repairs have left me running using all four pins between the gimble plates so there is probably not enough give. But I digress. Is that normal behaviour? If the craft is capable of holding position that it would not do so with hands off the sticks? Is there a maximum angle for self-hover? I'm glad I made the safety call and will go back on a calmer day but I'm interested as to the default behaviour in wind.