I personally don't care about the stats and data. I want my copter to be able to maintain hover with the joystick in the center for several reasons. It's harder to fly manually when you don't use altitude hold. If your not careful it can drop very quickly at 26 pounds. For me its more of an extra safety thing. Also as Andy has found, full throttle is actually achieved much closer to 3/4 throttle so there's a lot less headroom between maintaining hover and going full throttle. For me I don't want to be near full throttle, as the MK BL's are more limited than a KDE ESC. I have a feeling this is why Ozcan's board failed when he was trying to maintain a certain speed chasing the motorcycle. So to me it appears that you have 2 choices. You can go the route of running the new high resolution KDE motors but unless you run their ESC's they are not any really going to benefit a lot of other ESC's. You can either have higher thrust motors at the expense of using a more unpredictable DJI system or you can try to achieve the results by another manufacturer motor. Right now I am trying "the other mean" route using a Tiger motor. I know the Tiger motors are efficient with the MK electronics as well as the majority of just about every ESC out there. I have a good feeling that the combination of the new motors I am testing and the MK electronics will be a good alternative. I hope to test by the end of the weekend.