Hello all! I've recently seen some videos of people using 15"-29" LCD TVs for FPV, as opposed to the usual goggles or 7" screen. In my house, I have a 32" TV that isn't really being used for much, and was wondering if it would make a good choice. http://www.walmart.com/ip/17165467?www= ... irect=true I connected the TV to my 7" Neewer® RX-LCD5802 5.8GHz 7" LCD Diversity Receiver Monitor for RC FPV, and the image looked great (indoors though). My main concerns are: How can I tell if this TV will "blue screen" or just show static when out of range? I've heard from a few people that blue screening is very annoying to deal with. Can I buy some sort of adapter to allow this TV to run off a Lipo that I can carry in the field with me? If so, what types of Lipos generally work and how long do they last? If this TV wouldn't work for any reason, is the best TV still the 19" Vizio? I saw threads from years ago suggesting it, but am not sure if something better has come along If you have any general info about setting up a ground station with a TV at all, I would greatly appreciate it! Or links to other people's setups I've been looking around on YouTube and Google and the information seems very sparse and a bit hard to understand for someone new to the hobby. Thanks for your time and help!