I've mastered my Blade QF and Husban X4 so I'm moving up to another class, P2V+. Delivery will be later this week. I'm looking forward to using it for photography and personal use, but I'm also aware of the risk factors. The two biggest risks that I'm aware at this point are Vortex Ring State and Fly Aways. I've been reading and watching a ton of content regarding both of these issues, and it seems like there are some clear ways to mitigate these risks. Here is what I've learned so far. 1) VRS can be mitigated by descending slowly, avoiding windy weather and trying to approach landing with some lateral movement. Recovery from VRS requires altitude and lateral movement. 2) Fly Aways can be mitigated by ensuring calibration and GPS fix prior to flight, and using NAZA Mode. Recovery may include switching from GPS to ATTI or RTH or even MANUAL. Worst case scenario is to cut the throttle for a known recovery area. This leads me to a couple more questions. What other risks should I familiarize myself with ahead of flight? I want to not only know the risks, but to have knowledge of how to react in case of emergency. I have been seeking a number of instructional videos and reading material, but does anyone have any specific resources that you found helpful at some point? I appreciate any feedback. Also, as my first post here I feel compelled to mention that I love the hostility in this group. That means there is a ton of passion! Thanks for all the great resources here... good stuff!