New Phantom 3 Advanced owner here. It just arrived last night in fact. I am planning my first flight for Saturday morning and spending the time now just sponging up as much as I can from the experts. 1. My friends all tell me that I must register my Phantom just like a car or a boat. I can't find anything telling me this is mandatory. Should I register somewhere before my first flight? 2. I only have one battery, so I will be limited at first. For a first flight, what would you say are the most important things I check for before the battery runs out? 3. I've seen several very nasty posts in a few threads. Is drama like that something I should expect on this forum? Other DJI forums? 4. I'm using a Mini 2 for now. Is there a list of the latest best settings using the latest app/FW or is it fine to use the older suggestions to start out? 5. Does LOS mean physically able to see with my own eyes or does the FPV count as sight? It seems like there are many threads with distances far beyond eyesight, so I know the Phantom has the capabilities. 6. Has anyone determined if the new motors are lesser quality than the original motors or no real difference? I have new, but I'm not sure that's a good thing. Sort of a "they don't build it like they used to" fear. 7. Regarding 2.7k video. I read a couple of threads saying that using a Phantom Advanced for 2.7k video will cause problems with video lag, etc. Has that been debunked or is it still an issue? I am anxious to use 2.7k. 8. I've read a lot about CSC and it has me nervous. It seems that if products have been developed to lock out a CSC, there must be some merit to the fear seen with new owners like myself. I'm slightly concerned about it. Even though I've read its not possible, why would there be a lock out product? Is this an issue at all? 9. Even if I set my GO app to imperial, some settings still show in meters. Specifically the critical RTH altitude. Am I not seeing some other setting to make everything imperial? Sorry for so many questions. As you can tell I'm excited to get started. Thank you.