I fly 3D helicopters and I always thought I was too good for drones. That sounds horrible, but I guess I thought I'd never find them a challenge and would be bored pretty quickly. Well, I think I've been wrong! My brother called me up a couple days ago saying that he got some crazy Target deal on two Phantom 3 Standards. He's been waiting for some time and managed to pick them up on clearance, and after talking to a store manager, they were $225 each. So he asked me if I wanted one, and I knew it was a crazy price so I accepted. I was blown away by how high tech these things are. I love gadgets and tinkering, so the Phantom 3 is right up my alley. Today I got a distant high altitude video of Pearl Harbor and checked out my Photo Voltaic panels on my second story roof. I was ecstatic. I apologize if these has been covered, but couldn't find much on Google. So a few questions if you guys don't mind. 1) I lost contact with the Phantom and it returned home, but in the process, the 2K video on the SD stopped recording until reconnection was made. Is this normal? Any way around it? 2) What's the best way to land in grass without it getting into the camera lens? 3) Is FCC mode standard for all of the U.S.? 4) I was able to pan my camera right and left with rudder input once when I was on the ground, but can't figure out how to do that in the air. 5) What is the reasoning for the RTH feature landing where ever it is if it's within 20 meters of home? Anyway around this? 6) And finally, anyone try rolling their Phantoms mid air by giving extreme aileron input, cutting the power and restarting motors? Ha ha, had to ask since it's possible on the Phoenix flight simulator with an original Phantom. Thanks for the help!