There are so many stories of quad pilots doing the wrong thing, getting confronted, quads being shot at and on it goes... I live in rural America and even out here, farmers are not excited about quads in the air... UNTIL something happens that requires fast moving eyes in the sky! I was looking out of my front door and noticed three vehicles stopped on the dirt road about 200 yards away... unfamiliar people got out and were looking anxiously around at the fields... they were holding ropes and make-shift tethers in their hands. Then I received a FB note that a day old calf had run down through the woods and appeared headed towards a marsh land... beef calf, all black. We have snow on the ground and within 20 hours, the weather predicted an incoming storm. Another neighbor told me that the people are from a farm that's a mile away and she said "they aren't going to find the calf by driving up and down the road and looking around".... Hmmmm... how about I send up my quad and see what I see? I can cover miles along the river/marsh in just a few minutes. I also contacted the owner of the calf and said I would be sending the P3P up and wondered if the calf would panic and run? She was elated that I had that ability.... Long story short, three flights and three batteries later... I spotted the calf in some trees (winter, so leaves weren't on the trees)... another neighbor went into that area with his dog and they located the calf. The Quad found the calf in an area that no one would have schlogged into... and we recovered a day old calf that would NOT have survived the storm. The owners sent me photos of the calf re-united with its mother and remarked about how isolated they felt out here in the country, until they needed help... Chalk one UP for Quads and their responsible owners we CAN make a difference. What a great feel-good event! SIDE NOTE: What I really needed and would have helped a LOT... is a really good set of FPV goggles.... I couldn't see very well, looking at my iPad screen and had to recover the quad, then pull the card and see it full screen on the computer, then send it back out.... the ability to see more clearly during the flight would have been a HUGE advantage. So if you have a recommendation for the best FPV goggles for the P3Pro... please let me know... I'll get them!