Hi all, I would like to get some input, reassurance or warning from Phantom 3 owners/experts - I'm a bit worried... I've just sold my Phantom 2, having made the decision to walk away from the aftermarket FPV setup on the 2 in favour of the Phantom 3's "Off the Shelf" set up, which on paper, appears to be all kinds of awesome and way ahead of what I was able to do with my P2/FPV... Seemed like a logical decision given the price tag of a new P3 was just a few hundred dollars more than what I was able to sell my P2 setup for, particularly after taking into consideration the further costs I would have spent on upgrading a few of the low end bits and pieces that were holding me back from getting the best out of the P2 FPV. Anyway, I digress - I'm about to take my Phantom 3 out for the first time - I'm a confident Phantom pilot, having had a P1 and P2 and the location that I will be flying will be at high altitude (1700m+) and in snow covered terrain... A ski resort to put it simply. My intention is to take it up to various locations on the mountain (staying within the confines of the patrolled ski area), and do a little bit of flying around/over the place, just recreational flying that should provide some nice footage from the camera for my first experience with this P3 Pro setup. However, I am now starting to wonder if I should just box the thing up and return it, rather than risk losing/crashing/destroying it in terrain that is at best going to be difficult to find/recover it in, should it fly away or just drop from the sky like I am reading reports of, at distance. How concerned should I be about what I am reading on multiple forums etc? I haven't touched the firmware - its straight out of the box, Australian delivered and purchased new about 5 days ago. Is there a significant and real danger that this thing is at enough risk of factory faults/bugs that I should keep this thing grounded for now and wait for a solid fix - or even just return it? Or am I being over cautious? Again, I'm confident in line of sight flight, even at significant distance - I've been confident enough in the RTH function of the previous phantom models that I have been able to enjoy flying right out to the limits of where I can actually see it, which was past what my FPV setup was able to do (was lucky to get 150m out of the video feed, but was still flying LOS out to <500M distances). I'm just not confident in the software of the Phantom 3 - it seems like it has a mind of its own.