Ok. I got to thinking today. When the FPV transmits video via Wi-Fi to your phone, it does this because it has been specifically designed to do it. A network is created, each device has an address, a "router" tells all the data where to go, and software uses that data for what it was designed. If all that is possible, what is to stop us from streaming the video to the internet? Through the magic of Fing, here is what our networks are: http://imgur.com/FVUVowM 192.168.1.2 is the Range Extender 192.168.1.235 is my iPhone 192.168.1.10 is unknown. Here is the services data http://imgur.com/46iEux2 192.168.1.1 is also unknown but it supports more services http://imgur.com/KGEkeko which I am betting is the Phantom's Wi-Fi because of the remote login. Perhaps 192.168.1.10 is the camera? Im asking because if the Phantom's Wi-Fi allows remote login (which makes sense because that's what the phone needs to do to display the FPV) doesn't it stand to reason that as long as the phone's 4G and Wi-Fi networks can be bridged together, I should be able to remote login to my phone from the internet and view a live stream? Am I crazy? Do we have any Webdudes out there that can tear this down for us?