So, from the video I just watched, the waypoints have to be set IN THE AIR, not on the ground. This is kind of a bummer. However, here's some workarounds for those who want to fly potentially out of RC range. 1) Drive to where you want to start and then follow in the car as you fly routes back to home or where you normally fly. Then you can fly that route later. Or, if possible, fly up briefly and then back down again, setting a waypoint, then just carry your Phantom while driving, to the next location, etc. 2) Put a ladder against your roof and go up high, or even get on your roof, to set your initial waypoints. Then, you can fly the route later from ground level and not worry about obstructions. Uses (please contribute ideas) for waypoints: 1) A set route for take off so you don't forget to get way over the head of complaining neighbors 2) Checking crops and flying back home to review video 3) If you fly the same route a lot, waypoints let you focus more on other issues (nearby planes, weather, wind speed, any problems that may arise) Others?