Newbie here with a question for experienced and not so good users. Chicago is not the windy city. Las Vegas is, and unfortunately is where I live. I just got a Phantom and tried to practice 3 times in the past week, but everyday is a windy day here. I have the Phantom set to GPS while training and seems to work ok. While practicing in a park, I managed to crash a few times. (That little quad is 1 tough mother). Overall, and considering the wind, the craft seems to be stable and controllable , but hard to tell with wind conditions. I calibrated the IMU and compass and all is fine there. Now with the concerns/questions: 1) Sometimes, when I start the craft and try to take off, it flips over (With no go pro) 2) I noticed that 1 of the props is slower to start than the others 3) The craft has a hard time staying "put" - Stupid concern, I know. Since it is windy. Are 1 and 2 symptoms normal for the conditions I describe or should I look into a possible rotor damage? Thanks!