Seen that video, that was what prompted me LOL Quite amazing really to think that you can now set these things to take off, fly a mission, come back and land fully autonomous where when I got the T-Rex I think giro's were about as state of the art as you got! The giro cost me as much as a pixhawk and even then the bloody thing was a fair way off what I would call stable LOL
I don't want to go with another copter as I already have the T-Rex V2 with all fancy blue anodised parts and blinged up like a rapper. It's all dressed up with no where to go so I thought I would look at giving it a new lease of life so to speak.
I will have to get it dug out of the hole its in and have a look, but sticking a new layer on the bottom is really quite an obvious solution, not sure why that never dawned on me
Anyway, there is no rush because the pixhawk is not in stock yet anyway, and I am way too busy making bloody cat toys for Christmas orders at the moment to actually enjoy myself or anything stupid like that!