I have been getting rained out here lately in Louisiana and have not been able to fly my P3P. Had the itch to fly something last weekend so I got out my Blade MCX2 helicopter which I have had for several years and flew it around my relatively large living room. It is a great little machine, but not a Quadcopter. I decided that to make my indoor flying experience closer my Phantom, I needed a small quad with FPV. Amazon is Great, you can find almost anything there. I found and ordered the Hubsan X4 with FPV. It is a very small thing at 4 inches across from the outer blade tips. I flew it for the 1st time last night and learned a lot of things (in about 30 minutes) that are different from the Phantom. 1. Might need to keep a paper towel handy. 2. Hand catching is not nearly as easy... got a bloody hand. (paper towel needed) 3. Hubsan doesn't have BRAKES.... got a bloody chin. (paper towel needed again) 4. Flying FPV without the craft holding a constant altitude on it's own (like the Phantom) really adds a huge amount of difficulty. 5. The Hubsan requires a whole lot more physical exertion than the Phantom... yep, it has a affinity for going underneath and behind furniture when it crashes. Crashes are largely my fault, because of me being used to the Phantom having BRAKES!. There are numerous other differences that make me appreciate my Phantom even more. I must also give the Hubsan credit for being a remarkable little machine that will only set you back $150. It is very stable and nimble and if you can master flying this thing you will become one hell of a Phantom pilot. After the bleeding stopped, I had a great evening flying indoors. If anybody has other suggestions as far as a indoor flying machine I would love to hear them.