This is really a suggestion for Yuneec, but it's always good to throw this stuff out in a public forum for comments. I'd like to get a warning on my ST10 (or other controller) if the Q500 is struggling to maintain position, due to excessive wind conditions. Recently we had a windy day here, and at the end of the day it 'seemed' to calm down, so I went out for a flight. Near the ground everything was fine, but once I got about 300 feet in the air, all hell broke loose. Also given the fact that I bumped myself into Turtle mode, I couldn't even manually fly back to home; the bird just slowly kept drifting away. Watching the video later, it was unable to stabilize itself when pointed into the wind (constantly kept overcorrecting left and right). It would have been great if the controller warned me about this condition ahead of time. Had I not flipped the RTH switch (resulting in the bird taking a more aggressive approach home), I would have never made it back due to the Turtle setting (still new to this). Wind speed does increase as you gain altitude, but I'm not sure how bad the difference can be. It seemed about 8 Mph on the ground, but I'd estimate it was easily 20+ at 300 feet or so. Of course I have no way of knowing that for sure, but it's just a guess. Thoughts? Good/bad idea?