Yeah, it was the Diatone crusader GT2. The FC that comes with it is the D-Link, but Diatone are now doing a D-Link version 2, which may or may not resolve the issues I have encountered, or it may be that I was just an unlucky sod!
I have had a D-Link break on me, had the SP3 VTX break on me! but to be fair I have had a Streak F4 V2 break on me. I bought a monitor on Amazon to test cameras, that came and doesnt work! Maybe I am just an unlucky Mofo!? Lol.
It seems this hobby could be very testing!
I wanted to buy a RTF GT2 from unmanned but they were sold out, so I tried to replicate what parts I could from different vendors in order to build one. Would i do the same if I had the chance again? Nope. But then I wouldnt have learned how to solder, how to test connections etc, which I would have to learn anyway.
I just think from my experience I can safely say get the drone sims, velocidrone, FPV Event PE, Freerider, try as many as you can. Once you can fly in those you are more than halfway there! Use teh controller you are going to use to fly on the sims, get the muscle memory down from the sims. What controller do you use now?
Then get a RTF or ARTF drone and be prepared to crash it,lol. Take it very easy at first and gradually push the envelope over time. make sure you have the safety switches set up on your chosen drone, make sure the drone has a buzzer installed.
Oh! if you are a pincher rather than a thumber on your radio TX then maybe the Turnigy wont be the best as it doesnt seem to suit pinchers that well!
Do bear in mind I am new to this hobby and can only give you advice based on my experiences and research.