I've been thinking about testing the following scenario with IOC enabled on the Phantom: Please speak up if you've already confirmed the results. - Power up the Phantom and record the Course Lock forward direction (let's say its North for this exercise) - Take off in GPS/ATTI mode (after acquiring six or more satellites and successfully recording Home point) - Take the Phantom North approximately 100 feet to an elevation of 100 feet - Switch to IOC Home Lock mode - Pull the right stick back (6-oclock) to bring Phantom back to the South, toward you and the recorded Home position, maintaining your elevation at 100 feet - Continue to keep the control stick pulled back as the Phantom arrives and passes over the recorded Home point What happens? Does the Phantom switch to Course Lock as it passes South, through the North side of the Home Point 30' radius, continue South past the Home Point, and then switch back to Home Lock momentarily when it passes through the South side of the 30' radius? It does auto switch back to Home Lock, in theory it would reverse direction momentarily back toward the Home Point (North in this case) until it again passed through the 30' radius. With the directional control held in the 6-oclock position would the Phantom continually shift back and forth between Home and Course Lock moving the Phantom back and forth over the Southern 30' radius mark? Comments?