Hey guys, I’ve made a few threads here since I got my first drone. Unfortunately I’m still using headless mode. Iam very confident flying in headless mode and because I enjoy this new hobby so much, I’m about to purchase my 6th quad. But here’s the catch, this one doesn’t have headless mode. Buying this quad will force me to learn the correct way. I just don’t understand how you guys can fly like that though. Watching all the YouTube videos blows my mind how they get that skilled. I know, practice. However, I’ve had two fly bye bye already and both times I was in headless mode. I guess the signal was lost. I don’t see how you can be using the yaw, constantly holding the yaw so it’s spinning in circles, all the while flying in a circle. How do you know the orientation. Is it just muscle memory? If you push the yaw to the left of right and hold it down, the quad rotates continuously. While doing that, what direction does the quad fly if you’re pushing the right controller forward, pitching forward? I know if the head is facing away and you pitch forward it goes forward but what’s the result is you’re yawing constantly and pitching forward?