Now with quite a few 10 hours on the copter, the most I have flow it away from me is maybe 350 feet and 300 feet up in safe air space. 1) I discovered the cool radar in the app by clicking the compass feature to tell me which direction I'm going which is awesome! But still uneasy about flying that far and not able to see with my human eye which way the copter is facing. The LED's in the day are hard to make out at distance, and I saw some nifty extra LED lights you can add to the first phantom. Do you all rely on this radar feature or have you added some day running lights to help with orientation? :geek: Where to get them? 2) Now I live in the mountains and even flying a dirt road with tree along the side make me very nervous and at distance hard to tell how far away you are from an object as the background blends. So guess just looking for tips on this. I know the obvious answer is practice, but looking for any good tips or tricks on the app. Distance sensors would be the most obvious upgrade. I know if you rely on the video too much you can drift into something pretty quickly. Tips and tricks for tight quarters or when you loose point of site? And if you lose camera and point of site, :?: what should be a pilots next course of action. Thanks..