Hi, I’m a new P3P owner. Have about 6 “touchy-feely“ flights under my belt so far and having a great time. I’m currently using an iPhone 6 plus with dji GO but these old eyes are having a bit of trouble with the size of the display. So I’m thinking at this point that I might get a larger tablet to use with the Phantom. I have looked at various threads on this site and I THINK I understand what my options are, but I would appreciate it if some of you could either confirm them or correct them as the case may be. At this point, I’m looking at either an iPad Mini or an Air 2, or, a Samsung S2 in either the 8” or possibly 9.7” screen size. Here is where I need clarification: Either iPad requires the purchase of cellular capabilities to get GPS functionality. The S2 has GPS without the need to buy a cellular device. Here is what I have come to understand from reading other posts: In order to have real time maps to the RC, I need to have a GPS tablet and an internet connection either via Wi-Fi or a cellular data connection. So regardless of whether I had a Wi-Fi internet connection or not, the iPads without cellular would not work because they lack GPS. The Samsung’s have GPS, so if Wi-Fi is available, or I can tether it to my iPhone, then the map situation is taken care of. Any of these devices can cache maps for use in the area you intend to fly – you just can’t update them until you are back in an area where an internet connection is available. Hopefully I have this right – please correct me as necessary and all recommendations are cheerfully accepted. And that said, just how important is the map thing? What are the major advantages of having that capability? Thanks for any help here!