Just received my 2.4ghz datalink, v2 pmu, btu, and canhub today and thought i'd have a go fitting it on the phantom. I opened her up and soldered the v2 pmu onto the main board, and stuffed it inside the phantom, and managed to stuff the airside 2.4ghz datalink inside the case before jamming the top back on, was quite surprised it all fitted with the massive can plugs to be honest but it seems to be fine. Don't have an iPad to hand at the moment so fired up the laptop and went for my first waypoint flight (now in complete darkness lol) Laptop software is pretty terrible but i managed to work it out and upload a 4 or 5 waypoint flight successfully, then i took off manually with the regular transmitter (didn't trust auto take off yet, as i usually have to give it some backwards on the right stick to stop it tipping over with the weight at the front) and climbed to around 30m. I pressed go on the laptop app and watched in absolute fear as my phantom took off at speed, climbing (to the 50m alt i had set) and hurtling towards my first waypoint (I would have expected it to climb then go but there was nothing in the way anyway). After it got to the last point and hovered above my garden, i pressed auto land on the laptop and watched (again in fear) as it attempted to land itself on the uneven grass surface, a little wobble on touchdown but a successfull landing with no issues. So i went for 1 button take off with the laptop, positioned the phantom on the uneven grass with the front slightly higher (as it usually wants to tip that way), pressed go, it started the motors up and began accelerating, lifted off slightly and veered right a bit but soon stabalised and went to about 15 feet, i pressed go from the previous waypoint mission and off it went again (at speed) up and away towards the first point. Once finnished this time, i took back control (by switching from gps to atti and back again) and brought it down quickly hovered it about a bit, then clicked auto land, it didn't seem to want to do it this time (probably as i had interrupted the link by taking control) , so i landed manually. All in all a successful first semi-autonomous flight with my v1.1.1, starting to quite like the idea of being able to do it easier from ipad etc. Only bought this package as it seemed like a good deal with an iosd mini (which i needed, but don't have yet due to being out of stock everywhere), but they just partially shipped my order with these goodies and i'm glad now although i don't see me using it much with the phantom, maybe on something larger down the line, never know though Whoa thats alot of text, hopefully someone reads it lol, i'll get some videos up if the weathers good enough tomorrow, there was no point tonight as it was pitch black lol.