Got my Phantom 2V+ last month. Really enjoying it. I've had a dozen or so successful flights (meaning the bird took off and landed safely, as intended, each time). I've done a ton of reading on the internet as well as the manual. I'm in Naza-m mode, I think I have everything configured how I like. A few things I'm still uncertain about... 1. I'd love to be able to fly in my neighborhood, but I don't quite get enough satellites on the ground... 6 at MOST, and that typically drops back to 5. Anything you recommend I do to help with this? I have a feeling it's because there's tall buildings around blocking signal. If I got more comfortable in ATTI mode, would it be completely unreasonable to fly with OUT a good GPS lock, and simply use the Dynamic Home Lock function on my phone? If the bird had any issues, wouldn't it simply return to wherever my phone indicates, assuming it found a few more satellites once it gained some altitude? The phone gets a gps lock no problem, and I'm fairly certain that 20 feet higher and it would have a dozen satellites to talk to. 2. Speaking of Dynamic Home Lock... how does that work if the bird sets a new home position mid flight? For example, I take off, fly 500 feet, then flip S2 a few times fast to set a new position. Is the Dynamic function overwritten? 3. I watched a video recently about preventing fly-aways. The guy hypothesizes that a gps glitch causes the phantom to set its Home Position WAY too far away, and so then it takes off trying to find home because it's out of the max radius set in the Assistant software. Based on his recommendation, I changed the max radius for my phantom to be 200+ miles from 'home', so that in theory, the drone would have to think it was at least 200 miles off course (unlikely) in order to fly away. Is this something people are doing? Again, I have to think the Dynamic Home function obviates this. I've been sticking mostly to open park areas and such to get my skills honed. I feel very comfortable in GPS mode, so my next goal is to fly exclusively in ATTI mode and get comfortable with that. I've gained a lot from reading the insights on this board.