Hi All, I just traded in my P3S for the P3P. Question if I may regarding the RTH feature..... Let's say I properly set up "home" at the point of take off and let's say that point is at Elevation 0. I take off and then fly off down a valley and let's say elevation drops down in that valley and now my AC is at elevation -200, I.E. 200' lower in elevation than where I took off from. I get out a ways and let's say I need to hit the RTH button on the remote and let's say i have the return home elevation set up to cruise at 300' elevation from "home.". So am I correct that if I hit RTH when the AC is at -200 and the RTH is set up to fly the AC at 300', will that mean that the AC will rise to be 300' above the -200 point of elevation I hit RTH from OR will it go up from -200 point back up to 0 (same elevation as HOME) but then rise 300' in elevation up from there since RTH elevation is set to 300'?? Reason I ask is I am getting ready to go do some flying up in the mountains so I want to make sure I understand how RTH acts/reacts as the AC elevation changes below my HOME point elevation. I get that if I fly towards a mountain that I can't go more than 400' above my HOME point but I am not sure how RTH responds when the AC is at an elevation that is significantly below HOME. I'd hate to hit RTH or loose signal and have the auto RTH sequence begin only to have it fly into the trees bc it started too low a point from HOME. Thanks!