I have flown rc airplanes for many years and have always had a throttle stick that up was go and back was stop. I am just getting into the quads. On my new phantom, the throttle stick is centered and for flying this quad, that seems like the proper way of doing business! Now I would like to upgrade to a Taranis. It seems highly recommended on this forum. Does the throttle stick on it self center or is it a conventional stick? I feel sure it can be made to self center since most transmitters can be converted from mode 1 to mode 2 and back by changing the programming and the springs on the stick. Or I could just order a spare gimble from HK. Seems you should be able to get the springs to make the throttle self centering. If you can't make it self centering, do you constantly have to fight your altitude when you make those minor, inadvertent changes to the throttle when adding yaw input? The next question is can I make a regular dji Naza m's throttle behave the same way as the throttle on my stock phantom? I have a naza m setup that I am going to put on a flamewheel but just love the way the throttle works on the phantom.