In the process of going for a new Top Speed personal record, I was looking over data on a csv file as I always do. And in looking at the milliseconds I noticed a change from what that setting is the point in which the data is collected. The change is it now reads less then what it always has prior to. In reading it less it now reads either 500, 750, 1000, milliseconds between read points. It use to be in this sequence, 250, 250, 250, 500. So now when doing Top Speed flights, 1000 is a HUGE gap in time! On a flight I flew on the 10th there was a 1000 gap which at the part of the flight I happened to take notice to, was over a 6mph in that amount of time. Btw, I have been in motorcycle drag racing over 35yrs which is where I get a lot of my seriousness in competing in anything I'm involved in. I wont go into complete details on this, but I actually use two data loggers just in case one of the flights fail in some way where a data logger could be concerned. And this time I can say that these gaps in the Flytrex device robbed my flight over overall Top Speed results. Now the other data logger I use reads the data every 200 milliseconds which is actually how fast my device is able to process the data. I did manage to set a record and will get the video up shortly in a different thread.