We are hoping this will be a great tool for obtaining still pictures that showcase our products (large commercial playgrounds) from cool new angles. We are not interested in video, FPV, or automated-gimbals at this stage, we just want nice images we can use for product presentations on widescreen TV's, slide shows, and maybe in catalogs and printed brouchures. We recieve the hardware this week, but I want to be prepared. Right away I intend to do these mods: -Install rotor guards, paint the front two for better visual reference of direction -Extend the landing gear with a liteweight plastic to help it be less tippy when on the ground -Afix GoPro nut to stock camera mount, swap out stock handscrew -Sandwich 3M tape between stock camera mount and main body to reduce side-to-side vibrations -Verify rotor screws are tight -Mount Hero2 camera I've practiced flying with toys and intend to be very cautous with this model, we also have an arial RC field nearby where I intend to safety familiarize myself with it. We will have an extra battery and will build some sort of portable case as well. Over the next few days I will be studying the LED light patterns, reading more posts, and watching more videos, but are there some other intiail tips I should be strongly considering? Also, perhaps some of you could: -Suggest a flight plan for our intent? -Suggest an ideal H2 camera angle for our intent? -Suggest the ideal light/positioning for our photography? (sun behind/infront/to the side of subject, wait for overcast, wait for sun to be high/low, -Where should I be? -Suggest H2 settings (res, timelapse frequency, etc.) Thank you.