Guys, I've been in several situations, whether they be literal or planning purposes, where I am unsure about the stability and reliability of the radio connection between my Phantom 2 Vision + and my transmitter. I fly mostly VLOS only, but sometimes am bold enough to fly FPV when panning around a building or video target. How much physical separation can the radio waves take? I am sure that flying on the other side of a skyscraper is an unstable situation for radio waves? No I am not doing any such flying, but I think about if it is possible. A similar and more realistic situation would be flying on the other side of a large farm structure, FPV only. In this case, VLOS is broken, along with the direct line of radio wave transmission between the Phantom and transmitter. What about sometime as simple as a tree line? I would imagine this is fine. The radio wave probably have nearly zero issues with a hedge line being in the way of your transmitter and Phantom. Within the vicinity of power lines? How much do these interfere with radio waves such as 2.4 or 5.8Ghz? frequencies that a P2VP or standard P2 use? Sorry for being a radio noob. Cheers! Any comments of advice is greatly appreciated.