Ready to take the plunge, but need some basic answers to help guide me. I like the idea of the Vision as it seems to put a lot into a single package. But then again, I like the idea of being able to modify things and create exactly what I need. Being new to this, not sure if I should start off with something like the Vision and then see where to go from there, but here are some issues that I'd like help with: 1. With the Vision, it appears you have a lot of control of the camera while in flight. Is it possible to control other cameras, such as the GPH3 similarly? If so, at what range can you still control the camera? The Vision appears to limit camera control to around 300 ft if I understand correctly. 2. On the Vision, if I am correct about the 300 ft camera control limits, would you still have FPV out to the control range of 1000m? I think that is what they are saying will be the maximum control range of the Vision. Do other quadcopters have similar ranges (with/without FPV)? 3. I already have a pretty nice Nikon point and shoot (shock proof/water proof) that takes nice pics. Any reason I couldn't use this in lieu of an GPH3? I'd obviously not be able to control it in flight, but see question 1...not sure (yet) if I could control the GPH3 in flight either. 4. So, does FPV operate independent of any camera onboard? Does something like the Vision have BOTH FPV AND camera, or does the FPV use the onboard camera (in which case FPV would be limited to around 300 feet??? 5. If noise of the copter matters, are some quieter than others? Or are they all about the same in terms of noise? 6. If I decide to build my own, is it possible to put together a package that would have much of the same ability of the Vision, but close to it in price? Anyway, answers to these questions will give me a good base to begin my research. Thanks in advance and cheers.