Hello! I got a Wizard X220 ARF recently and I've run into a problem with getting it ready to fly, and have looked everywhere on the Internet to find a solution, so I've come here for some advice/help. So, I got a Spektrum Quad Race Satellite Receiver to use as my Rx. To connect it to the included SP-F3 Flight Controller, I soldered it to the -,+, and Rx ports of UART3. From there, I connected it to Betaflight and set it up. Sharing every setting might be difficult, but one setting that may be pertinent to this issue is that, yes, I did enable UART3 Serial Rx on the Ports tab. If there are other settings that may be pertinent to my problem, let me know. I also correctly bound my receiver to my Spektrum DX6e and also calibrated my ESC's. Anyways, here's the problem: I turn on the remote, plug in the battery, arm it, get it hovering, and then it drops out of the air for a fraction of a second, hitting the ground (I keep it in a hover less than 20 cm high because I know this will happen), and then it regains power and bounces back into the air. As long as I keep doing this, it keeps happening, and it seems to increase in frequency as I continue to fly. Hopefully this flight video demonstrating my issue will help with diagnosis. How do I fix this? Any suggestions? I've looked all over and haven't found anything that has fixed it. I am currently suspecting the receiver is intermittently losing connection, causing the flight controller to go into failsafe mode, but I don't know what would be causing this... Thanks in advance for any help you can give!