I find myself in a quandary all the time when I fly with my FPV. I like to keep an eye on my bird but I also need to watch my FPV monitor because the main reason for flying is video and photography. I find it very easy to lose track of where my bird is when I'm watching the monitor. I have been wanting to get some high altitude shots of 150 to 200 meters, but when I get that high, I have an extremely hard time keeping an eye on my bird. On a bright day it is very difficult for me to see the monitor clearly and when the bird gets much above 130 meters it is very easy to lose it visually, especially if you turn away from it for a few seconds to view the monitor. The other challenge is to be able to know how your transmitter controls affect the bird at that range. If I have done any yawing at all when it's just a tiny spot in the sky, it's hard to determine which way the bird is pointing. I haven't done it yet, but can you see on your monitor which direction the bird is pointing. I have to believe that a lot of people must be in the same boat I am. How have you overcome these obstacles and what procedures do you follow to fly safely and know where your bird is and what direction it is facing. It may sound silly and I guess I will get over it with a lot of practice but as I fly, I like to be facing the same direction as the bird is facing so I don't have to think backward with the joystick. Any suggestions for best practices with flying our expensive birds would greatly be appreciated.