Any practical difference between iOS vs android from a Phantom point of view? It looks like the P2V+V3 is finally the glitch-free (except those fricking batteries) version of the product I’ve been waiting for. I’ve got a Kindle Fire HD7 I guess I could use (I don’t like the way Amazon makes their customers pawns in their market battle with Google but it was a gift) for FPV but I’d like my phone to be an option too. My iPhone 3GS is getting a little long in the tooth – and won’t run the latest iOS – so I’m looking to buy something current to replace it. Although the iPhone 5 is still available, I don’t see the point in buying something new that isn’t the current generation so that means a 6 (6+ is just too big) if I stay with Apple. Since the phone is my only Apple product, and I don’t see that changing, I’m not invested in their software ecosystem. Android has come a long way since my 3GS was new so I’m considering going that way. From multiple reviews I’ve read it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S5 is comparable to the iPhone 6. At least none of the reviews would pick a definite winner and I see pluses/minuses both ways. Since it looks like DJI supports the Galaxy/Note devices (although S5 not on the list yet) it seems like the Galaxy would be a safe android choice. Although I’m looking at the P2V+V3 now, I’ve just bought the GoPro Hero 4 Black and might be interested in pairing that with a P2 (as a 2nd phantom) or the dronexpert interchangeable gimbal mod later on. So from the DJI and GoPro points of view, any practical reasons for choosing between the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5 (or some other android phone)?