So I went out and flew my P3 over a nearby lake today. It may have been a little windy, but nothing crazy. P mode the entire flight. When I checked out my Healthy Drones log after, it said my max speed was 40mph which I figured could be normal if I had a bit of a tailwind even in P mode. Out of curiosity, I also watched the flight log play out in the DJI Go app, where it shows the bird flying around on the map and displays all the telemetry data. What surprised me was that at various points in the flight, the log showed the quad sustaining speeds of around 50mph, and occasionally exceeding 50mph. Again, I was in P mode the entire flight. What's going on with this discrepancy? Doesn't Healthy Drones and the DJI app draw from the exact same data? I'm curious if I was actually hitting 50mph+ on a relatively calm day, wind-wise (at least on the ground, I understand conditions can be quite different 400 feet up). During the actual live flight, I didn't pay much attention to the telemetry data, but I definitely will from now on. Edit: I just watched parts of the flight again in DJI Go, and I was sustaining 50mph going in exact opposite directions at various times in the flight, which I feel somewhat rules out a tailwind. Also, I thought I was posting this in the P3 advanced/professional section. Mods, feel free to move it.