This thread is dedicated to the discussion of rotating the compass. If you want to talk about rotating the compass, do so here and not in threads dedicated to getting DJI to fix the declination defect. (If you want to talk about fixing the declination defect properly, go here: viewtopic.php?f=19&t=10317) To get you started, some reasons why you might consider rotating the compass: You live in Northern Canada or New Zealand and you have crazy TBE and hooking and nothing to lose. You don't live in Northern Canada or New Zealand and like to experiment despite the abundance of evidence to the contrary. You want to perform data driven tests to help study the declination issue. And some reasons, why you wouldn't want to rotate the compass: DJI does not recommend rotating the compass on the P2. Just because it works on another platform doesn't mean it will work on this one. The Naza will over-correct and you will end up hooking in the other direction. The compass is meant to be aligned with the vehicle. As a sensor, it will return inaccurate data when rotated. You cannot be certain that you're not introducing compass errors that can result in a flyaway. The compass is not physically designed to rotate easily. Screws back out, compass comes loose. Goodbye Phantom. A handful of people if not more will magnetize their compass by using a magnetic tipped screw driver. It's a half-baked workaround that doesn't really work and you want a real fix from DJI. Tests conducted (Los Angeles, 12 degrees declination): With no rotation, I get hooking that slowly straightens up after 7 or so minutes. With the compass rotated nearly double the declination, I get straight flight that slowly turns into hooking after 7 or so minutes. With the compass rotated by only the declination, I get lesser hooks in one direction for a few minutes, straight flight in the middle, and then lesser hooks in the other direction.