As a new Phantom Vision 2 owner, as well as new RC pilot, I'm confused about launching the craft on windy days. I only have a few flights under my belt and that is mostly due to the sub -20C days here during the Canadian spring. One day there was a cross breeze over my driveway/launch pad and when I gave the up command the craft lifted and immediately tilted so much that I was afraid I would touch one of the props on the paving stones. Once the craft was aloft it handled the wind surprisingly well and I'm assuming it had more to do with the GPS than with my piloting skills. I live in Saskatchewan, which is vast and FLAT so the probability of a calm day is low, I'll need to learn to launch in a stiff breeze at minimum. My questions are as follows. 1. Should I be using full throttle when launching? I think I am a bit nervous (pucker factor X100) and I don't move the sticks far off of centre for any manoeuvres. and: 2. Is there an absolute windspeed where a launch would end up damaging the props? Thanks in advance for any tips in this regard.