I got my P3A a few days ago. I had some problems getting it setup with new firmware but that is all squared away. Everything calibrated and setup properly as far as I can tell. Weather has been rainy so only today did it clear enough to fly. I was a pretty good RC plane flier 20 years ago so I was hoping some of that experience would help. First flight was uneventful other than loosing video signal after about 12 minutes. It still flew just fine and I was well within line of sight so no problems. I think the RC background did help in that I didn't have any problems with reversed controls when it was facing me. I took it real slow. I took some videos and stills to see how that worked. I really like how you can frame it realtime. We used to attach point and shoot cameras to our planes with a servo to take the picture. You never really new what you were getting until they were developed. That was pretty much before the days of commonly available digital cameras. Video and stills came out really nice. Great resolution. I do need practice with the gimbal as well as orbiting an object to make them smooth. My question - the video created a .mov file that is really large. Almost 4gb for 15 minutes. That's probably more resolution than I need at this point. Is there a setting to produce a compressed video (maybe MP4)? I was hoping to be able to email some of these to friends but they are way too large. I haven't messed with videos before so I don't know what tools might be used to compress them smaller. I'm sure this is a simple newbie question for you experts. Ideas?