I'm loving flying the P3. I've been going to some of my favourite shooting locations and this new bird really is a sweet panorama machine. The shutter button on the controller makes it much more like using a camera and they have sped up the process so the wait between shots is minimal. Shooting panoramas with the P2V+ was a lot of work. I would often shoot up to 21 images to stitch together but the slow shooting speed meant that the individual images were 6-10 secs apart. I was often shooting out near the edge of signal reception and it was common to get 3/4 the way through a complex panorama only to get the lost signal - coming home message, which meant starting all over again and I'd have to hope that one was worth the effort. What a difference it is to use the P3. It's so precise, it's a dream to position and reposition for each image. Being able to set the gimbal & sticks with some expo adjustment means that it's smooth and easy to make small adjustments to the Phantom's position without over-running. The speedy buffer means I can click, click, click without having to wait so long between shots. The lens on the new camera gives an entirely different perspective and the images are much clearer. Being able to make bracketed shots means I have a few to choose from to counter the lighting variation across a big panorama. Still haven't got around to doing any HDR which is unusual for me as I do a lot with my regular camera. I'm looking forward to trying the low-light ability tomorrow and have a particular subject in mind. Here are a couple of panoramas that I've come up with in my first week on the P3. These are all stitches from 3 or more individual images. These big images don't show up well as tiny pics in a thread and are best viewed full screen (just view them on my photo website to see them properly). Point Cartwright - one of my favourite photo sites Looking down the sheer cliffs on Mt Coonowrin A friend's house A big sky panorama using the upward tilt of the gimbal My first attempt at a planar panorama where I flew the P3 between individual images rather than rotating the P3 or tilting the gimbal. I'm really happy with the huge step up in useability with the P3. It's going to keep me busy till the P4 arrives with an even better camera.