Howdy from the land down under, where it's summer so cold conditions are not a problem ... only too hot conditions. Had my first flight today, and it went relatively well. Took it to a large open field and flew it in beginner mode, then turned that off and flew it around the boundaries of the field. Learned the controls, up and down, etc. Best way to navigate, which will take some flights to get the muscle memory right. So I have two batteries, and two on the way. Fully charged via a charging hub (grrr doesn't charge all at once). I flew them till the low battery warning came on, 30%, and then came closer and hovered a bit and then shut the drone down. What is the best practice to 'break' in batteries? Is there one, should I run to zero, half? It's fairly hot here ~35c(~95f). I've let the batteries cool and will charge later. I also found sun was a major issue with glare on my display device (Sony Xperia Z), what is the best way people have found to avoid this? I also found that the displayed height was off quite a lot at times, like it was under 2m psychically, but on the display said something like 4m. Is this a calibration issue or sensor issue? I took it up to around 50-60m and was impressed at it's stability. Still reluctant to take it over anything, trees, buildings etc. But that'll come after some flight time and self training. Here's to some happy flying.