I am addicted to trying to add stuff to my P2V+. I have the wider landing gear, an LED rig (2 actually, 1 just for the little power clip that slips over the battery prongs to do other powered stuff with) and everything else I could find. I also purchased a set of carbon fibre props even before my P2V+ arrived from DJI. So I thought I was ripped off when one of the black tipped props would not tighten when installed. After a try yesterday it went on nicely. I can't explain why it now works but I think it's just a bit of a dodgy product. But a few in door prop spin ups and thrust but no take off gave me enough confidence to try the out late this arvy. It seems more responsive in terms of my slight movements have an effect on the P2V+'s movement, but with reasonable wind it also seemed to pick up more turbulence. While this was only minor - still made me wonder. The fact that the carbon props seem a hell of a lot more dangerous and only give me a tiny advantage with manoeuvrability and seem to be more effected by the wind - so is it worth it? I like having them as they look cool but that is really all I see them useful for. Especially if I don't want to lose my fingers when I (I know, I know - this is dumb) grab it out of the sky and power it down instead of trying to land it with wind. What's your experience/thoughts?