If youve seen my previous posts I am slowly getting braver with Litchi. The other day I plotted a long 2 mile loop. My longest lItchi mission yet. The bird went out of site, started losing video feed, started losing transmitter. I knew this would be likely. I tried to tell myself that the bird knows what it is doing so trust the software but when you have 700+$ of equipment out there in the unknown your nerves start to kick in. The gps screen was showing that it was not moving. I hit RTH and jumped up around like a madman on top of the car trying to get as much height as possible to reestablish signal, low and behold it worked, and the mission was aborted and it flew back to me no problem. The question is... am I correct in my assessment that if plot a course on Litchi that causes it to lose the TX, it will not update the position of the phantom on the map because there is no GPS data being sent back to the transmitter to display on the map. Once it comes back into range it should update its position along the course but in the meantime it is going to show the last known point?