HI guys, I just wanted to take a minute to introduce myself. My name is Tom and live in Northern VA, I'm 36 and i just ordered a Phantom 3 Pro as my first drone. I own a construction business and I'm justifying the purchase as a good way to take before and after pics.... But, I'm pretty sure it's gonna make a great hobby too.. I haven't been this excited about a purchase in quite a while and i probably went overboard, but I guess it will save me from having to add accessories later..lol I picked up: Phantom 3 Pro - with extra batt A 3rd Battery Battery charging Hub HDMI module (not really sure if i need this) 64gb Card Lens ND8 Lens ND16 Inspire tablet mount DJI remote strap Tablet Shade Hood 8 Carbon Props Prop Guards Nunuk 950 Hard Case I also ordered a Nvidia Shield tablet along with this order when i placed it, but then today after some more reading, i went ahead and added a 64gb Ipad Air 2 with cellular to my verizon plan. I'm hoping I made the right choice here since it's my first apple product but apparently it's a solid performer for this use. It's all supposed to be here tomorrow and i'm like a kid at Xmas...lol I really may not sleep tonight. I have been up late for the last few nights watching youtube videos and reading the forums because I get a little obsessed when it comes to new stuff.. I look forward to being a part of the boards and i'm sure I'll learn a lot on here.. Anyone with advise for a total beginner, please share! Couple quick questions 1. Is there anything special I need to know concerning the dji app and the newest ios system that will be on the ipad when i get it? Any special tips for making all the firmware updates and so on as painless as possible? 2.. The HDMI module, I'm not sure i need this and i may return it.. After some thought, i cant think of a situation where i would need to plug the controller into a larger monitor.. I can use the hmdi on my PC to view the videos on my TV. Is there anything else this part is useful for? 3. I'm in VA and it's starting to get cold around here.. What should i keep in mind if i want to get some flight time in when it's cold out? what's considered too cold? Thanks guys... Safe flying!