To begin with if you're a newbie seeking info related to the P3, the very good way to an answer to a question would be by,....using the Search feature. And whether you are reading from searched threads, or one you posted yourself, it's a good idea to pay attention to a member's registered date below their avatar. In most cases you will get a more experienced response from someone that has been around longer. I see members with 4-8 weeks of membership responding with not so good advice. Not always, just some more often then not. And the reason this happens to begin with is due to the type of thread itself. There two things happening here. 1st those that have been here for a length of time has already answered the question a number of times and since become burnt out on the common questions and in most cases that person doesn't even enter the thread. And the other thing/reason this should also explain why the member with 4-8 weeks membership is responding. If it wasn't for that member's response, there wouldn't be any. So this brings us back to the beginning to close the circle which has to do with doing a Search. If you're a newbie, your best option is using the search and then pay attention to those with more senior registered dates. Also, one added tip....when you read from a senior's post, try taking notice of the little mentioned details included in their post. I say this because there unwritten reasons generally why these small details exist. An example could be; Say the senior member mentioned they only use half throttle until reaching 100ft altitude. There is going to be a reason for that and one that you may never hear or know about. And it could be a very useful piece of information to have knowledge about. Now I just used that as an example and as far as I know there is no reason for staying at half throttle. But the point I'm making could be something worth checking into and asking about.