Hello. Has anyone thought of trying to match FPV in Google Earth with FPV of the camera onboard the aircraft? I assume there's pilot's our there who have—and hopefully have succeeded. Perhaps you can share how you did it? I'm just having trouble locating anything in the forums... perhaps it's too difficult or not really feasible. Would be so cool if it worked though! Here's what I tried... Using a 3Dconnexion Space navigator (a 3-axis, joystick/controller), I thought I could fly-around and record waypoints (noting location & altitude) and import into Autopilot. To do this, I knew I'd need to change Google Earth's Field of View to match the Field of View of the camera onboard the aircraft (94 degrees). Additionally, when recording altitude, I'd need to adjust based on the aircraft's take-off altitude. Unfortunately, the FPV I see in Autopilot still does not match the FPV I see in Google Earth. It's typically off anywhere from 13-35ft forward/backward. I'm hoping there's an easier way to do this. The ability to match the Field of View would prevent me from having to fly to each waypoint (and consequently battery power) to determine my desired altitudes before engaging my flight plans. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.