Hello, after replacing my AVL58 with Cloverleafs with an ImmersoinRC 600mW (stock antenna) and a Black Pearl 7-channel (stock antennas) I am seeing a significant amount of Jello. Here is the previous layout where I had the anti-interference board on top of the AVL58 I replaced the AVL58 with the ImmersionRC 600mW in the same spot as the AVL58 in that picture, and also had the anti-interference board mounted on top of the ImmersionRC, I noticed severe Jello, so I tried mounting the anti-interference board on top of the iOSD Mini (it's current location now) instead, and the Jello is still there. Could wind be a significant factor here? Here is a video with the AVL58 setup (two weekends ago): [vimeo]106703502[/vimeo] Here is a video with the ImmersionRC 600mW setup with the anti-interference board mounted on top of the iOSD Mini (this weekend) : [vimeo]107358787[/vimeo] I am considering going back to the AVL58 using upgraded Antennas on both the vTX and also my 7-channel Black Pearl from FPVLR. What do you guys suggest? I am not really interested at this time in moving the FPV Hub / iOSD Mini / Anti-interference board inside the phantom 2 yet.