Just need some input. My current set up ... DJI Phantom 2 V2.0, H3-3D gimbal, GoPro 3+ Black. I have bought already for my FPV set up ... ImmersionRC 600W transmitter, iOSD mini, and plug & play cable from DPCAV.com I have narrowed my monitors down to three and need help picking which one. I've listed the pros and cons as I see them. I know antennas are the next thing but I will tackle that later. Black Pearl RC801 in 7 channel - Pros: seems most popular in the FPV world, build seems very solid, proven track record, large sun screen - Neutral - HDMI right now serves no purpose for me but might down the road as technology changes - Cons - The large sunscreen does not fold up and looks like it would be a bear when stored in a case of any sort, price ... while I am fine with paying more ... it is the most expensive of the three. Sky 702 w/ folding sunshade - Pros: seems like a solid build, large sun screen that folds up for storage and screen protection, price is about $60 less than the Black Pearl - Neutral - lack of HDMI again, not sure what the future holds on that - Cons - I haven't seen much in terms of real world DJI guys using them, beyond that if there is a con I am unaware and need advice. What does concern me is that I cannot seem to find a straight answer as to whether the battery is internal or not. Boscam RX-LCD802 - Pros; many people report good luck with it, price is about $90 less than a Black Pearl. Neutral - again lack of HDMI ... if it ever even matters. Cons - on the surface it looks like a cheaper build quality than the others (simply from what I can see in photos online), tiny sun shade (not sure if a larger fold up one can replace the tiny one. Any advice or thoughts? Right now that Sky 702 is looking pretty nice to me (assuming the battery is internal), but I have been wrong before.