Hello everybody! I live in a harsh part of our planet, my home is located at 70,04,24N 029,44,57E. Not a place where you can perform outdoor activities any time, especially not in this time of the year. My next adventure is only a couple of days away. According to my interest in flying, I was advised to go for a Phantom 3 standard, which is now right around the corner. In the waiting time, I have read quite much about flying quadcopters in general and Phantoms particularly both in this forum and other forums. I have read the user manual and quick start manual, and have even made my own «unboxing checklist» to have at hand at the very moment when the box is at my desk. However; I have very heavy complaints about most of the «informative» videos available. I have myself run courses about my favorite subject. And one of the most important reminders were that the students knew less about the subject compared to my knowledge. Therefore I had to teach my students as if I were in the same level. In very many of the available videos, I often give up to follow the instructions as the lecturer instructs as those he instructs are on the same knowledge level as himself. So he (or she) races over the example screens like an express train, and doesn't wait for the audience to realize which options the instructor chooses, clicks one option, and then the next screen appears ant then the next. In addition the instructor uses expressions and abbreviations that is natural for him and all the others who are familiar to flying quadcopters, but not for us who are newbees and first-timers. No doubts, most of these videos are very instructive – for those who are familiar with flying quadcopters and know the terms. So, I am afraid that I, despite hours of reading and watching videos, must learn to fly my quadcopter the old hard way, trying and failing – at least some of it. However, I am glad that I finally decided to join this forum. I realize that no question is considered as «stupid». Therefore, you will probably have many questions from me in the time to come. Looking forward to a friendly fellowship.