What is the relevance of the headings using the Ground Station? My initial impression was, it would determine the direction the copter was facing when it went from waypoint to waypoint. Or, does it just determine which way it faces while it is at the waypoint if there is a hover time selected (go to waypoint and hover for X seconds pointed at X heading)? Otherwise, I don't see the impact of using a heading value. Is there a way to control the direction while going to waypoint to waypoint, otherwise it points (nearly) in the direction of flight. Today, I tried setting up a flight path on a N-S road - made 4 round trips. 1st flight I set to go at 180 degrees (S) then 0 (N) on the way back 2nd flight was 195 (S + 15 degree magnetic declination correction) then 15 (N + 15 degrees) on the way back 3rd flight was adaptive 4th flight was back turn (which, I think it supposed to read bank turn) Results ... none had the copter facing straight north or straight south - all were looking a bit to the right. In other words, flying south, I had 1/3 of the field of view on the left of the road, 2/3 of the field of view on the right. On the way back, the same. And, this was the same result with all 4 of these flights. Is it possible if I am flying S (N, W, E, etc) to have the copter pointed in the same direction? Instead of a few degrees off? Hope this makes sense. I just don't know if this is adjustable - and, I don't know if/how the headings even relate or if they have any relevancy to this. Thanks!!