Every time I launch my inspire it goes into a spiraling, toilet bowl spin. I usually just take control, rock it around a bit, spin it, and then it's hovers stationary. I have two questions: does the compass continue to calibrate as it flys (like smart phones do with continued motion) and am I calibrating wrong before launch? I have noticed that after calibrating the compass, the orientation of the aircraft is always about 20 degrees to the right based on what the satellite map shows. That is, if I point the aircraft directly at a landmark, the map show the aircraft pointing 20 degrees to the right of the landmark. After flying a bit, the directions of the map and aircraft align. To calibrate, I am using the hold-at-arms-length-and-spin-while-I-look-like-a-dork-dance. The instructions seem to suggest a much more difficult hand-over-hand-and-hope-you-don't-drop-it-motion. And, yes, I set the controller and all other electronics at least 10 feet away before doing this. Thoughts?