Errr -- I'm still getting nervously low radio signal strength (20% at 300-400ft away, 65ft up). My 1.2ghz is pointed up, on top of the tail fin now. I'm wondering if it's always been like this, since graupner lady no longer is reading me BL temps and altitude (it's on my FPV). The copter could be within 60ft LOS (in a park saturated with wifi networks [probably about 10]) and I'll drop to 85% -.- Should I first: 1. eat a popsickle. 2. Save the stick 3. Tape the reciever to the stick. 4. BAM! Home Made - QC certified - rabbit for your receivers! 5. Watch the stick fall off my copter mid flight haha ---- My only thoughts are to get those antennas pointed upwards instead of parallel with the copter (carbon fiber). Better question: when positioning the GR-16 or GR-24, what will interfere with it's strength? -Carbon Fiber -Battery? -Wires? - etc.