Ok new question for the group. The video transmission reliability of my PS in a word, sucks. We've got lots of woods at our place. But there's about 100 yards of open space from the back deck out to the tree line. Its maybe 30 or 40 yards wide. If I fly to the rear tree line, I lose video. That's about 300' give or take. And its not like I'm flying in the middle of a city. We've got very little RFI out here. The bird had a Boscam 600mw transmitter on it when I bought it. The previous owner put a cloverleaf antenna on it. The receiver is a Boscam LCD5802. It had stock antenna when I bought it. So my first guess was better antenna for the receiver. I bought a pair of Fatshark cloverleaf deals for it. No difference. In fact they might be a bit worse because at least with the stock antenna I could sometimes play with their orientation and get a bit of signal on my screen for a few seconds so I could at least figure out which way the bird was pointing. So next I figure maybe the transmitter got powered up without an antenna on it and fried itself. So I ordered a new Boscam 600mw transmitter. The results are about the same. This morning I tried a couple of flights in the back yard to see if I could fly just off the screen. I got the bird in the air and took it up over top of the house. Then climbed above the tree line and flew slow around the property. At about 60 meters up and maybe 30 meters out from where I was standing, I had a black screen. I the bird was above the trees but I could clearly see it pretty much the entire time. Every now and then, the video would flicker on but for the most part, the screen was black and unusable. So what's the solution? I see people reporting good video reception out to a mile all the time. How are they doing it? I'd be happy with 1/2 a mile. Hell a reliable 1/4 mile would be an improvement at this point.