I am looking to purchase a drone for my father for Christmas. It is his first drone, so hopefully it is a good beginner drone. After much research, I decided on the Syma X5C-1; however, I am not sure how to tell whether I am purchasing that or the older X5C. I want to ensure I am getting the upgraded drone because we have windy days here in Nebraska, and it seems there was an improvement on how the X5C-1 handled in wind. I have read many different articles on how to tell the difference between the 2: 1. The box for the X5C-1 says "Upgraded". 2. The X5C-1 has a red X followed by a black 5C. 3. The X5C-1 has a red and white 2.5G under the X5C 4. On the propeller installation sheet in the guide, it refers to an X5C-1.\ 5. There is a black and white "2" on the front cover of the manual. Which of these are true tests for whether you are buying the new version or not? I am currently looking at one being sold online. It does not have "Upgraded" on the box, nor does it refer to the X5C-1 anywhere in the manual; however, it does have the red X followed by the black 5C, the 2.5G, and has the black and white 2 in a triangle on the front cover of the manual. I would appreciate any feedback you can give me. I am so confused!