This morning, I went to my local school and setup shop out back in a nice field. The winds were blowing steady at 10mph with gusts over 20 on the ground. At 120', they were much more steady and I gauged them to be 25mph above the tree line. I determine this by knowing how fast my Phantom flies in a straight line, nearly full battery, with no winds. That is 23mph in GPS Mode. I then turn the Phantom and fly with a tail wind and check my forward speed and today, it was showing 41-45mph at 125'. Towards one end, there is a water drain grate. So a light bulb went on. Fixed point on the ground, hover there and then, ascend to 125'. Let it hover for 30 seconds then descend right back down while never touching the right stick and using only throttle on the left. The Phantom, with varying degrees of wind of up to 25mph, was stopped at a 5' hover when it came close to the ground. It was less than 3' away from the grate. I just let go of the throttle at that 5' height and it then moved itself to within inches of the position from which I had begun the ascent. Now realize something. I've been flying R/C craft for a good number of years. About 15 or so. However, this is my first GPS stabilized aircraft, so I'm pretty damned impressed! Once I figure out what video editing program I want to get, money is pretty tight right now, I plan on using my desktop computer with an NVidia GTX770 GPU to edit the video I took of this. I had the camera pointed down the whole time to record it. I might just upload it to Youtube without reducing the resolution and let that show it off. Will add the video here soon. Just so EXCITED to have such a stable platform!