I hate using general titles, but I do have a wide array of questions. I have flown my p3p a few times now and its AWESOME! I have good spatial awareness and coordination so it felt natural almost right away. It's the first time I'm controlling anything like it and its pretty amazing how easy they have made it to fly this thing. I have only flown it in GPS mode. So questions 1-4 make the assumption that it is in GPS mode. 1. I'm having fun playing with it and maneuvering it around rapidly. Pressing full left/right/forward/back/rotating etc.. Is there anything specifically that I should watch out for that might be a 'toxic combination'. I assume they got most stuff figured out but I'm still nervous about some of the stuff possibly throwing it off balance. Like full twists/turns and letting off completely or going straight to a full the other way. 2. As long as RTH height is set fine, I don't have to worry about maneuvering around objects right? Even if I'm getting pretty close? It should theoretically just turn in place then go up if it loses connection. I guess I'm worried it just does some kind of erratic movement left/right first at the moment it loses connection. 3. Do I have anything to worry about flying over my pool? I remember reading something about water confusing its optical sensors. Does this apply during GPS mode? Can I confidently float it like a foot above the water on my pool, or is there a rule of thumb? 4. What happens if it looses GPS signal? Obviously out in the open it would be a rare occurrence and I'm guessing it won't be a big deal anyways since you have alot of 'error room' until it regains signal. What about in tighter spots though. So for example, if I am flying it slowly in my backyard and I practice flying it under my upstairs balcony. If it looses GPS signal, will it start flying erratically out of no where or will it just not hover correctly? Will I still be able to continue flying the direction I'm going and maneuvering it is as long as I do slow smooth controls? 5. Is there some kind of website or program out there that can help with estimating altitudes in my area? Theres a mountain next to me and according to online its like a 350ft hike up. I flew it from my house and with the maximum heights set at 400ft I was still not above it..... I realize this is most likely because my house is lower than the base of the mountain. Any good way of figuring this out more accurately then? 6. I'm a bit confused with the distances that the go go map shows. I know H is height distance D is ground distance. Then it shows the two velocities. However I'm not sure what the last number is though. It would make sense for it to be the LOS distance, but I'm not 100% sure if thats what it is. If it was LOS it should always be longer than both the H and D, and I could of sworn I have seen it shorter many times. 7. I live in warm AZ. So during 3/4 of the year I'm guessing I'm in prime flying weather. Not too cold and never raining! My concern is about summer time though.... It can get as hot as 115 degrees and the sun can be BRUTAL. Will this create any problems? We go to the lake and boating alot during the summer, so while we stay cool, the drone will not be so lucky! 8. In the USA 400ft is the legal maximum height a recreational drone should fly. Is this correct? My next question is what this 400ft is in relation to? I figure it does not include abnormalities like a mountain (so you cannot fly 400 ft further up just because your at the top of a mountain). But what about in consideration to the ground around it. So for example, that one mount is 350 ft tall from the base of that area. Compared to my house it is probably 500ft tall. Is it legal for me to set my limit to 500, since by the time my drone is over there, its actually only 350ft from the local ground. Hopes this makes sense. 9. I bought a Fearless backpack for it from amazon. Overall its pretty good, my only complaint is that the zippers don't open the compartment enough to give ample room to put away or take out the drone without having to drag an arm against the front part. Anyways, my question is what do I do with the camera and gimble. Do you guys recommend my protecting it somehow with a lens cover and gimble brace, or is putting it in there and carrying it around with the gimble loose just fine?