.... a Mavic Pro and an X380 over the weekend! My neighbor has both of them and he has the same one I do now as his learner drone! He did the smart thing, as had been told to me many times by very smart drone pilots, get a cheap toy to learn on! We both have the WLtoys V686G for our learners, but he kinda jumped the gun a bit faster than I did and (he has money to burn apparently) bought the X380 first. I REALLY like that one and it can hold all the goodies I would need it to for some light aerial photography. It holds it's position very well in 15-20 mph winds that blew my little toy into the parking lot the second it got up to head level. He had unfortunately ripped the three wires out of the camera when he was showing me the size of the battery (5400mAh) and we couldn't do any photography with it. I'm going to rubberband a "Point & Shoot" camera I have to his camera to see how it handles it. It's much heavier than his little Chinese knockoff of a GoPro camera he has on it now. After I bought it down and landed it manually, (I didn't know the X380 had auto take off and auto land) he handed me the controls of the Mavic Pro! Holy Crap what a killer little drone! That thing doesn't really care if there is a tornado near it, it just slices through the air like nothing I have ever seen! It's funny though, we can set it to hover and film us flying the other two drones! I saw a guy do it on YouTube too. The only problem with these two drones of his are, they really can't be modified in anyway. Your just stuck with what it has. That's why I glad I'm going for the "build my own" route like so many others here have been doing. Just had to tell you guys all this, since my wife really isn't impressed and I really don't want her explaining new recipes to me.