I finally got another P3 Flight Video put together, but without audio. There is several reasons for this video and it is not subject to just one reason. The video itself is one of my common Top Flight Speed missions where I just happened to reach 66.1mph on the 3rd of 3 total pass attempts. While I'm on this subject I want to point out that viewers should take notice when I'm flying pointed North, look at the Flight Pitch amount displayed. For those that don't know the data details, when you see a negative number it is forward travel. Just the opposite for positive number meaning direct rear travel. The larger the number, the greater the pitch amount. So the number "0" (zero) is or should represent level. So look and see a high reading such as -25 you should next notice the amount of R/C Stick input. Now I'll pause here and let you know I was not going up to 100% Stick input against the heavy headwind's due to the amount of Volt draw it requires. Anytime the Volts start dropping below 1430 for 3 or more seconds will spell out big trouble. I have not confirmed the battery update completely so my A/C will drop if the volts drop below 1430 for 3+sec's. After you see the Stick input you will want to observe the Speed MPH. With in the combo of the Pitch/Stick/and Speed....will give you some idea how strong the headwind the person is struggling against. Another reason for the video is to show some new Dashware Gauges I put together. The one I spent the most time on was the automated R/C Stick's with stick input display amounts. It currently works at around 95% where I want it to so I'm happy with the out come. I do not want to say how much time invested I have in that gauge alone. The next gauge is the Battery Volts Gauge. Now this gauge to me is really not worth mentioning, but I did, so... Btw, the colored automated bar's are at a polished working level like I would like for them to be. Next and last. I have the New 4K Camera Gauge with automated Pitch angle. This gauge I created just have another option as well as to show other dashware user's there is not much to creating simple gauges like I have here. So you might have to watch the vid a few times to see each thing that was pointed out.