Well, after thinking about it a little bit over the weekend, I decided, what the hell? Let's put some of that education to work so I put together my own program to allow me to go over my own flight logs. Here's the super alpha version. I'd love to get the community's thoughts and ideas. What do you think? Continue? Abandon this foolish quest? Go have a beer? Like I said, right now it's like in pre-Alpha version so it's not even close to being released ready yet. But it does work for what it does at the moment. The current features are: 1. Import flight records from Litchi. 2. Display the flight map/path using Google Maps. 3. Display relevant flight information like date, time, top speed, distance, etc. Upcoming immediate features: - Power/battery information - Sensors information Longer term features: - Read DJI Go App flight records natively. Currently the app only works with Litchi logs as those are in a plain CSV format that's easy to read. DJI Go App produces a binary file that has to be decoded. You can work around it by loading it into FlyLitchi.com and having the site convert to CSV for you but that's clunky. I'll make it native to my app. - Perhaps read the .DAT files directly from the drones for even more data.