Over the past year I have perfected the catch technique for "landing" my phantom. In fact, so much so that in the rare circumstance I decide to actually land the phantom I get way more nervous this catching it. I've also flown the phantom is some serious constant windy conditions and in those instances I would release the phantom (with a helper) instead of taking off. This extra space (5 - 6') between the ground and the launching spot would help ensure that any wind gust would not dip it or throw it into some obstacle that may be close by. That being said my biggest concern with the inspire is that while I have seen 1 video of a catch, it was with a helper and looking at the design I am not sold on the ability to catch this thing solo??? I also don't know if release is possible either with the funky design. What are you thoughts/experiences?