Hi, I have been thinking about DJI Phantom 2 for a pretty long time now and would appreciate some input about my thoughts. So if you would like to help me a little bit, I will explain my requreiments and what I have flown before and my situation. I started with a hubsan x4, in the beginning it was difficult but it became easier and very fun with time! However, I never learned how to fly it inside properly, I live in a flat with no big rooms. I have a WLToys v262 and it is so smooth! I can fly in al directions and spirals, hover nose in and I have even done some easy aerial videos with it. I have tried a mini fixed pitch helicopter too, I was able to fly it around in circles inside and such but then I crashed it and it did not work anymore. I don't like to fix with things, tweak and tune, I am not into aerobatics and I want something low maintenance and RFT, nothing else, just RTF, not build on my own or get radios and such. I want something stable, smooth and pretty slow. I needs to be pretty wind resitance and easy to set up and start with. I am a seasonal flyer, which means I won't fly in every season because it's cold during the winter. I am not sure, but would DJI Phatom 2 be a good choice? Or is it too difficult to fly and too much to set up with the software? I would like the model without gimbal and maybe attach my mobius camera with velcro and take it away when I would fly just for fun. Is it a bad idea? Other suggestions? Is it worth it? And one more question, is it strange to fly a phantom even if you don't do aerial videos all the time? I want to practice more how to fly figure eights and squares and just relax and have fun. What is cheaper in the long time run, let us take an example, a DJI Phantom 2 or a little mini helicopter? I mean, I phantom is more expensive to buy, but is the maintenance cost low if you don't crasch? The total cost of ownership is very important. By the way, can you change the stick sensitivity in the software program?