Greetings all. I don't fly with the NAZA software yet. I like to keep things plain and simple. I do wonder though about turning off the transmitter during an uneventful mid-flight to see the RTH failsafe work. Part of me says don't do it unless you have to do it and there is no reason to do it. What would (did) you do? Right now I'm really leaning towards not tempting fate and just letting it be. Also, another question, if I turn off the transmitter to get it to RTH and turn it back on while in GPS mode, I won't establish control right again will I? I'd have to go into my IOS WiFi settings and re-link to the Phantom wouldn't I? Thank you. Regards, J.