Ok it's super far from being pretty, but I wont be taking it to any Quad Shows anytime soon. What is important is a little common sense when it comes to cold air and electronic parts. I took some old stickers I had cut them to size in covering the air vents that only applied to forward flying for now. I'll probably go ahead and cover the remaining vents when I know our weather is past the days of anything above say 35 degrees. As it is now if warm streak should happen I could peel off what I needed to. Last winter I would have never thought of doing anything like this, and I don't remember reading anyone else during that time either. Had I read something I more then likely set my quad up with covering the vents back then. Is this something that needs to be done, it's not going to hurt doing it as long as the weather is appropriate. Sadly enough, I have already flown in weather cold enough to frost bite my fingers in 12-15 minutes. I could see my tablet didn't do so well in the cold weather either. So I would hate to watch my quad fly away on it's own because the electronic workings could have some precautions. If anyone can think of any other trick that might help, please share it.