Description: A few months ago I did some damage to the VTX and reciever on my Crush Light prototype, and it's been sitting on the bench since waiting for me to get to it. I finally got a new VTX and RX installed and upgraded FC to Betaflight 3.5RC1 as well. I'm pretty pleased overall! I'm back to my usual practice spot, and put it through some paces. There's one clip in here from my Rooster that I also upgraded to 3.5RC1. And of course the best way to test the updated yaw calculations is inverted :P I'm impressed overall with 3.5, the changes to the feedforward system and the way it interacts with the PIDs answers a number of complaints I had with the old system, so I'm very excited to see those updates. The notch filter updates and the ability to configure the settings there seems to have made a positive differnce in stick response and prop wash as well. I'm getting a few shivers in the tune on hard turns so I think my values need a bit of tweaking still, but really solid! Fun to try new stuff! I have to say flying my Crush Light and the Rooster back to back was eye opening. I've been flying the Rooster pretty consistently for the last month or so, and I'd forgotten how agile the Crush is. The difference was dramatic in terms of response and handling, as well as momentum, and the Crush gets almost a minute longer flight times. It's especially interesting because the weight difference is only about 30g between the two, and the Rooster is running significantly more powerful motors (T-Motor F60 Pro II 2500kv on HQ5x4.6x3v1s vs Lumenier PoPo MX2206 2450kv on Gatebreakers). I like them both, but I fly them in very different ways and they handle very differently. Always something to learn from flying!