I'm sure many have experience the beautiful live HD stream to your iPad Mini 2. You know, the one that last for about 8 minutes before the iPad starts to heat up and the video signal goes to hell? On a hunch I tried something today. • I took 2 paper towels • folded them down the exact dimensions of my iPad mini • Dampened with water (DAMP not soaked) • Placed the folded square into the sun shield cavity where the iPad lays flat • Placed the iPad on top of the damp paper towel, plugged it in and flew. The damp paper towel kept the iPad cool for 2 full battery flights standing in the sun! The open back of my home made sun shield combined with the damp towel behind the iPad allowed natural airflow to constantly cool it. (Keep in mind for me the lag usually starts around 8 minutes.) At the end of 2 full bats It had just begun to lag. Nothing major. I landed and popped in bat 3. I dampened the paper towel a little more as it was drying out. Wiped the back of the iPad with the damp towel in the open air for about 60 seconds which quickly cooled it. Flew the 3rd full bat with no lag. Yes it's sort of a half a** way of doing things but what a pleasure to have real time HD for 3 battery flights...in the sun. Do this at your own risk. At this stage with the P3, battery's, filters, iPad Mini and a case I can't afford to buy anything else much less replace someone else's water logged iPad.