I often practice with my P3A at picturesque rocky butte that rises above surrounding hills (Pulpit Rock in Colorado Springs). It's quick and easy to get to, has a large open parking lot, unobstructed line-of-site, and usually not many people around when I go. I usually set my RTH altitude to 40m, but I'd say the highest point of the butte is roughly 360 ft above the parking area, so I always take the bird up to 400 ft to easily clear it. Recently I was trying a POI "orbit" around the butte at 400 ft, and as it passed behind the bluff the angle was just barely enough to obstruct direct line-of-site, so I lost connection and it initiated RTH. The "oh $#!+" moment for me was picturing the bird dropping to 40m above its take-off altitude and flying straight into the butte. Fortunately, the video shows it completed enough of the orbit to where I had full line-of-site again (I assume it orbited far enough during the 3 seconds before RTH kicked in), and didn't move back toward the home point at all. All I knew at the time was that it was doing RTH, and then I was able to cancel it and regained control. Long story short, the questions I have are: 1) Will the P3A descend to the RTH failsafe altitude when initiated before moving horizontally toward the home point? If so, I'll have to set it to 400ft when flying above or near the butte. 2) Will the POI orbit continue for the 3 seconds of disconnect before it stops? It sure looked like it from the video, but I can't say for certain. Thanks in advance for the feedback. Rocky Mountain Phantom Sent from my LG V10 using TapaTalk for Android.