I have been practicing in atti mode and you are absolutely right. The video is much smoother. You can use the wind to move the aircraft while you concentrate on panning. I have also learned just like when I fly the airplane to take off into the wind and stand behind the aircraft. That way you don't have to deal with reverse control issue right at the jump while you gain a little altitude.My recommendation is: learn to fly in atti mode. It is really not that hard and your video will look smoother. Use the GPS functionality when you want to line up a shot or when you are landing. When flying in Atti mode your failsafe will still work in the event you lose connection between the transmitter and the Inspire. Just my 2 cents.