My wife says make this stuff work or get it outta here... I am in the unfortunate position to have had my AQ32 board operational back in 2012, and with gyro stabilisation it was great etc... but it was always a "manual" flyer. I felt it had more promise. At the same time i also had projects utilizing the 3DR code, Arducopter 2.x and higher. I bought a pixhawk 2 setup and built it into a quad with gimbal etc, and I also had a DJI 550 frame running their Lite firmware till their full multirotor firmware was available for free... then i upgraded that.. I also bought some SOLOs and have found them to be the most stable that I fly... unless i have to do anything indoors or with heavy expensive equips.. then its the DJI hex rig.. however... Whoa lots of ...s ... I have always looked back to the AQ which I bought and constructed when I turned my aerial photography from Kites to rotary craft. This equipment calls out to be functional and updated. Please let a brother in on the recipe for the secret sauce.. is it as easy as plug and play? Should i assemble a whole craft with my motors/ESCs/periphs/FC; and Then upload this firmware?? or can I breadboard this and have my escs and motors and boards all on the table and not in a frame and still get this testing?