We have been shooting for a extreme sport movie that is coming out in Sept. 2015. The last few weeks we have been getting the final shots for the movie and I have been learning tons about the Inspire over this time while flying nearly 50 flights last week. I was flying Phantom 2 before. Our locations were high altitude mountain settings (8000 feet) Urban settings and beach. The Inspire handled everything great, is just a joy to fly and the footage is much better than the GoPro now that I have learned the right camera settings. Things learned so far.... Treat her right and she will be good to you - during our beach shoots we had high winds (12-25mph), salty air blowing around and a sandy enviroment. I used the catch landing method nearly 30 times to keep her out of the sand and wiped the bird down at the end of each day. She took it like a man and it seems that we escaped with no damage. Camera settings for me - Log, soft, none, 100 ISO and the lowest shutter speed possible. We shot 4k at 30fps for this video. Cathing the I1 - so easy, landing gear down, bring her directly over your head, extend your arm like statue of liberty and then slowly bring her down. I grab her about mid body with the struts on my palm fingers towards gimbal. Have a different sd card for every battery - I was flying over water or in valleys where there would be little chance to get the bird back if something went wrong. I changed cards after every flight and dumped them while re-charging. Don't let people talk you into something your not comfortable with - I was filming a bunch of hot shot athelets that push the limits everyday at work. They were trying to get me to do all kinds of things that would have been dangerous to other people and my bird. At first I took a lot of flack for not "going with the flow" and doing what they were asking but once we got down the road and they realized that the shots looked good they started to respect me and my opinion. Lastly - the I1 is a ferrari compared to the Pinto P2. I have filmed extreme sports with both and the speed of the I1, its stability and her performance outclasses the P2 in everyway. I can't imagine the P3 coming close to the I1's capabitlies. I hope you enjoy the trailer, full movie coming out in Sept.