I know this sounds a bit weird, although I'm sure I'm not the first person to do it. Has anyone piloted their Phantom from within their car? I flew my Vision+ today on a balmy 18F day here at a local park. I didnt really feel all that enthused about wearing 2 layers of thermal underwear to stand outside to fly, so I decided to stay inside my toasty warm car and let the bird enjoy the nasty coldness on it's own. It worked well. I have a 2000mW Sunhans amp and pinwheel antennas on my bird so I was able to get it out to around 4,300 feet before my FPV locked up and I had to perform an RTH to get it back. The most obvious drawback is holding the controller up high enough so that the half-sphere antenna was able to point out the windshield at the bird. If I want to continue flying like this, I will need to come up with some kind of platform I can rest the controller on so my arms don't get tired holding it in the optimal position for a typical 15 min. flight. I drive a 4-door sedan that doesnt have much room to place the controller on the dash, so that idea is not going to work. I'm going to need to make a platform that rests on top the steering wheel since this is the most ergonomic way I can still manipulate the sticks. Anyone else try this?