Hi guys I have spent some time sifting thru the threads in this section but am still a bit undecided. For those of you who are successfully using a second camera operator ... what are you using for a video down link set up? Here is what my set up consists of: C8 MK fltcontrol w/gps and navi FreeFly 3axis gimbal w/radians Graupner MX12 and GR12 for camera operator LawMate 1watt xmitter and receiver 1.2ghz with the stock whip ant on the xmitter and ibcrazy bluebeam cp cloverleaf on the receiver FreeFly HDMI converter SmallHD DP6 moniter I was going to use the ibcrazy Bluebeam cp cloverleaf ant for the transmitter as well but it was destroyed in a careless mishap last week. Before I soak any more money into the same old system I had before I wanted to check with y'all and see what is working for you. What kind of range are you getting with your video? Are you using a patch ant vice the CP cloverleaf? I would like to be able to have a reliable signal while shooting aerials in the open for up to 300 yards or so. I obviously need something more than the stock whip ant that comes with the lawmate system as that didn't have much performance beyond a block or so. My xmitter is mounted on one of the landing legs of the gimbal with the whip pointed down and out just a bit... I can also mount the CP cloverleaf ant in the same position with it facing parallel to the ground or aimed at the ground. The DP6 has the receiver mounted to the back via velcro with the whip ... but I can obviously equip it with a CP cloverleaf also. I've been told to use a patch ant recently for optimum results, but ibcrazy's video tutorials would appear to suggest otherwise. Not trying to reinvent the wheel or even get crazy with tinkering.. just trying to get the footage in the can for the client as efficiently as possible so any direction that is yielding good solid results is appreciated. Thanks for all your help!