Last week I flew a number aerial videos for the Town of Stroudsburg, PA that will be used in the production of a commemorative bicentennial video for the town. This was the first time I had to fly in a small town urban setting (above active traffic, between buildings, etc.) and I was concerned about the extensive pole to pole utility wires throughout the town that cross-crossed overhead. While some of my filming took place well above the wires, many sequences were shot as I flew from a high vantage point down to a close-up - requiring me to descend next to or under some of these wires. So I just wanted to report that my P2V+_v2 exhibited ZERO unusual flight behavior despite being in close proximity (at times within a few feet) of the pole to pole wires. I also had a situation where a flock of Swallows (at least a dozen) swarmed my Phantom just as I sent it off on a GS mission along a river. Taking it out of GS mode and trying to evade them (like a Goodyear blimp trying to evade the Blue Angels) I came extremely close to a high tension power lines that were strung across the river between towers - almost hitting them. But, again, no unexpected RC or compass issues were experienced due to any electrical field. I was able to shake off the sparrows by gaining a lot of altitude, but they again started to swarm as I brought it back down to land -- but I got her down without any bird casualties. I'll eventually post the video. Just got back from a 800 mile drive and I'm beat.