Hey all - bought my first quad a month ago and ended up getting a P3A because I found it for a fantastic price and didn't want to drive four hours to a Microcenter. Well, I immediately began to wonder if I'd made the wrong decision since I *did* want to do FPV flying through VR goggles. Sure enough, I was soon creeping around the backyard, nervous as a crack baby, because I could barely make out branches and power lines with the downlink speed limited to 2 MB/sec; the pixelation and blurriness was just untenable for that kind of use. So, I asked around here, and ended up talking to Hunch (who is fantastic - see my other thread!!), who kindly agreed to send me a brandy-new P3P gimbal/camera in exchange for my basically new P3A gimbal/camera and $200. Seriously...the difference is AMAZING!!!!!! I know that not everyone needs the higher downlink speed (and even less people probably need 4k!) but for anyone who likes to fly semi-low, it's just incredible. I think once you're higher and the image isn't changing quite as rapidly, the P3A's lightbridge does fine, but to have a really crisp and clear image in my VR goggles (or even on the iPad) was absolutely everything I'd hoped it could be. So - if you're on the fence, GO FOR IT!! The difference is night and day and I am *SO* glad I did it! I wish I had saved some of the raw downlink files from the P3A on my iPad so I could upload a relatively similar flight with each one, but of course I didn't think of it. Obviously it's not as crystal-clear as watching the 2.7k video file off the SD card, but it's really pretty close - I don't have any safety concerns while flying because I may not be able to see an obstruction. Just wanted to share - happy flying!