Learned something I didn't expect about FPV. The video monitor has as much to do with the quality of the video as the receiver. I bought the following goggles to use: eBay-80" Virtual HDTV Goggles and they work great. I decided to buy a cheap LCD so a buddy can watch: POS monitor While the goggles had no problem giving me a constant video feed (even if grainy when behind trees and such) the flat panel was much more staticy and would regularly go blank. It would be almost impossible to fly with it. In hind sight it makes sense since the video is an analog feed and so a good display can pick out the signal better than a bad one.