I just did my first flights yesterday (2 of them). Everything went surprisingly well. Did some figure 8's, etc... and landed without tipping over. The only surprise I had was how fast the phantom stopped (like it hit a brick wall) when I was trying to go out a ways. I forgot that I had set the range to 100feet. Will need to change range to about 300, and altitude to 100 for the next flights. I have flown my Hubsan H107 for about a month and now the Phantom twice. No surprises and everything went as I would have hoped. I would like to switch to NAZA and calibrate for that mode. 1) From what I get from reading and Youtube, the main thing about NAZA is the setup of S2. Is that the only thing? As along as both switches are up, it is in normal Phantom mode? 2) I need to go to Colorado next month, and I know I will have to fly out at least 200-300 yards from side of a mountain. I know I will not be able to see the orientation of the Phantom, and I see Homelock would be a BIG advantage in this case. Just switch S2 to position 3 and pull back on the right stick and it will come back to me no matter which way the phantom is or was facing? 3) As for course-lock, which ever way the phantom was facing , the controls will always be oriented to whatever way it was set at when starting up. How is this done? I turn on TX, then phantom, then compass calibrate, wait for satellite links. But how do I know Course-lock is set when it comes to orientation? I know that if I start out facing North, the forward up stick will always make the phantom go North, no matter which way the phantom is facing. 4) I read that the LEDs are different for NAZA. What does this mean? that there is a new set of extra blinks if there is a problem? or the setup sequence is different (compass cal, satellites, etc...)?