Hi, Bought a DJI Phantom on Amazon a week ago. Only had it for two days, and I'm having an absolute BLAST. I have my gopro3 attached to it, and I've been getting some outstanding footage! One question about my current phantom before I ask my other questions. I've noticed the Phantom has trouble standing still. It's very hard for me to get it to just 'hover', even when there's no wind. Usually it just keeps (slowly) going in the last direction i moved. I was under the impression once you let off the controls it would just hover. I've tried in GPS mode, ATTI, CL, HL, etc. - none of them seem to make a difference. I have done the TJI (or whatever it is) configuration from the software, and I also do the compass or GPS initialization each time i plug a new battery in (the one where you flick the switch a few times, light turns yellow, rotate horizontally, light turns green, rotate vertical). Generally when I'm flying with the switch in GPS mode the light on the unit blinks green. Occasionally it will blink red, and then after a few seconds it blinks green again (GPS lock?). Really not a deal breaker, but curious how I can get it to hover. i've seen these units at some events, and they seem to be able to hover completely still. Second, battery life - with my gopro, and a fully charged battery, i'm not even getting 10 minutes of use before the battery light is red, and i have to limp it back home. I have two batteries, and both seem to do the same thing (both are the Phantom LiPos). Is that normal? The unit is completely stock, with the exception of my gopro. OK on to the 'future' questions! I bought this unit not just for fun, but also to be able to record video, similar to the one below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30HDdocMyAk This is the kind of thing I'd like to be able to shoot. Really my wishlist for the quad is as follows: - Something to keep the 'jello' out of the camera, and keep the camera focused at the correct angle, even when accelerating heavily. I believe this would be a gimbal? - IF POSSIBLE: A way to adjust the camera along a single axis remotely - First person view. I believe it's possible with the hero3 - All of the above with 10+ minutes of flight time. - It may be my imagination, but I don't think this Phantom I have can go as high as some of the other videos I've seen. Or near as fast. - On the above point, if I have to upgrade motors or blade or anything else on the device, that's not a problem. Tell me if that's not plausible; perhaps I'm expecting too much? I realize the above costs moneyand you have to pay to play. I've spent just under $500 on the quad, and have no issue spending another $500 or more on devices and upgrades. Currently I have the stock (out of the box) Phantom, with one extra battery. Perhaps the best thing to do is buy an already-upraded Phantom (on ebay)? Looking for any tips, or suggestions. I'd love to make this my next big hobby. Thanks in advance!