I would appreciate it if the more seasoned pilots of this group could impart some wisdom to newbies like myself regarding the best course of action to take should WiFi signal be lost when the bird is too far out to be seen. It has happened to me a couple of times (even using the Wifi booster app) but I was lucky to have the signal suddenly come back after about 15 seconds -- which at the time seemed like 15 minutes. Without WiFi, I had no FPV to see where it was, no radar to see what direction it was facing, no cockpit data of any sort, and no way of knowing if I still even had control of the bird. Would it be best to just let go of the sticks in that case so it just hovers (wherever it is) to give you some time to gather your thoughts and wait it out a bit? Maybe push the left stick and assume it may be getting more altitude and see if you regain the signal? Try using Home Lock (NAZA mode) to bring it back closer to you, still not knowing if the controller is in contact? Or just flip S1 down to Failsafe (NAZA mode) and pray it comes home? Any advice regarding the steps you typically take in dealing with this situation would be greatly appreciated.