Hi there Today, I am sitting in the same place at my dining room table, as about 4 months back when I unpacked my brand new Phantom 2 Vision + and reflecting back over this amazing period. Also thinking back how stupid I was and how little I knew. On the first day I opened the box, took the Phantom out, attached the propellers, charged the batteries and started the engine and took off in the house from the dining room table. That day I flew 1m up in the air, hovering just underneath the dining room light and with some luck managed to land back on the table. No compass calibration - Compass was probably still calibrated for China No GPS signals - indoors No Home Point - Didn't know how it worked No LED checks - Thought the colours look amazing in the dark no firmware updates or checks no pre-flight routines and checks NOTHING! I must say I read the manual about 3 times before that and thought I knew everything. The next day a friend came to visit and I thought I'm the master of this incredible piece of technology. So, again take off from the dining room table (luckily it was raining outside - otherwise I would have lost my bird on the second day). This time more daring, I managed to lift off, but it started to drift off the table, but I managed some way or another to keep control, missed some of the furniture and landed on the floor. My nerves were finished. I though, wow what a difficult thing to fly! Now I can only laugh at myself. Over the last few months I have spent hours and hours reading, researching, practicing and watching videos and only now realize how much their is to learn and take in. What an incredible journey! The Phantom story has changed my life! Sorry, got to go and fly!