So the 3d printed arms in my previous post didnt quite work out as well as I had hoped. They were a little to flimsy to take the beating that it gets while I’m learning to fly it. I may go back to them in the future, but for now I’m just using the injection molded ones that came with it, which are MUCH stronger. I’m using a KK Multicopter 2.0 board, an F450 frame, 1000kv motors, 30a brushless controllers, and 1045 props, all run by dual 2200mah 11.1v 3s packs that are connected for 4400mah. I’ve got parts on the way to upgrade the flight computer to a Multiwii v2.5 SE (Standard Edition) board, with an i2C GPS module, along with the bluetooth module so I can connect it wirelessly to my laptop and/or my Android phone for Altitude hold (barometer based, considering a sonar upgrade), GPS waypoints, and on the fly PID tuning (no pun intended). I’m looking into FPV (First Person View/Video) systems. Thats still under consideration, and I’m open to recommendations! Well guys, heres a test flight of my current setup, it had just stopped raining, and wis still rather windy so not only was it hard to fly because I’m not very experienced with it yet, on top of having to counteract the wind. Let me know what you guys think!