I took my Phantom out last Sunday for the rare warm (well, relatively for us @ 28F) AND nice winter day up here in North Maine. It turned out to be some high wind testing in the process. It was pretty windy when I started but once I got beyond the shelter of the trees and out on the frozen lake the wind really picked up. I was impressed with the Phantoms ability to stabilize in the high winds and still get some good video. The props were almost always in the shot due to the wind correction except when the wind was coming from behind the drone. When the gusts got above 30mph the drone was really getting pushed around, so I decided to call it quits and land. However, the wind was too high to safely put it on the ground (well, ice anyway) so I opted for the hand catch, putting the wind to the side of the drone so it was correcting side to side and not toward me during gusts. Overall I was really amazed with the Phantoms performance and it handled flying in the high winds quite well.