I am new to FPV setups, so please bear with me. I apologize in advance if this is covered on another thread and I missed it. I have a P2 with a Black Pearl Diversity monitor that came with 2 rubber ducky antennas. The tx on the Phantom was the stock DJI mushroom. Out of the box I was getting really bad video noise and almost complete static at about 30m out and same at about 60m up. I did some research and it looked like the Fat Shark / ImmersionRC RP-SMA 5.8GHz Circular Polarized SpiroNet Antenna FPV was highly recommended to increase FPV signal distance. So I bought those and put them both on the Black Pearl in Diversity mode. However I still had issues with signal drop out at the same short range. So I replaced the DJI tx with one of the RHCP's on the P2 and put a rubber ducky back on the Black Pearl. So I currently have both the RHCP and rubber ducky on the Black Pearl and RHCP as the tx. This has given me a much better signal at longer distances (about 500m before getting bad noise). I have since done a lot of research on how each of these antennaes work and the pros and cons of each one. And now I have some questions: 1. Would I benefit from getting another RHCP on the Black Pearl and having one straight up and the other bent at 90 degrees. 2. Would it be better to get a LHCP for the second antennae? 3. Or am I better off keeping the rubber ducky as the second antennae so that I have more omni directional coverage? 4. What is the best configuration here?