It is a typical spring/summer morning here in the foothills of the North Cascades: cloudy, damp, mild, with a mist so light you will hardly notice it until you expose your bald head. I love this kind of weather for photography, as it really brings out the full range of green color in our lush vegetation. But... I wonder how the Phantom will do (hasn't yet arrived) in such conditions, as it will certainly accumulate a certain amount of moisture as it flies. Have you flown in fog, mist or light rain? Would dielectric grease on the interior contacts offer enough protection or is the risk of a short circuit too high? thanks!