Howdy y'all, Let me just start by saying that I'm very excited about starting this hobby. There are a lot of aspects that attract me to it that have attracted me to other hobbies. In addition y'all have a great community here, which is not something I've always seen other places. Looking through these forums has been very constructive and I've already gathered a lot of useful information. I've had some experience with basic quadcopters as well as some computer building and programming, so I'm hoping that experience will be somewhat relevant in this endeavor. Anyways, here is what I'm looking for: I'm wanting to get a full setup so that I can start flying. I have a budget of around $500-$600 for what I am comfortable spending on my first setup. I want something that will be able to act similarly to a higher end drone (minus the performance of course) so that I can have some fun with basic freestyle and racing. I would also ideally like something that I can modify in the future so that when I do want something higher-performance I don't have to just start over with a new build (obviously to a certain extent). What I've been looking at: I was planning on buying a Wizard X220 from Grayson Hobby (gold tuned) with the Goggles2 and the antenna upgrade, as this is a setup combination that I have heard good things about and I can trust to act reliably before I start really looking into specific components. I was also considering getting a Runcam to upgrade it (what sort of difference would that make?). Unfortunately, it went out of stock before I could order it, but waiting will give me more time to look around anyways. I would appreciate any advice or recommendations in regard to this decision. Currently, I've been playing around with FPV Freerider on my Xbox controller (which is admittedly a little awkward due to the springs in the left stick; I'm considering modifying the controller), and I've actually found acro mode to be somewhat easier than the autolevel mode, so I'm probably just going to continue using that. I've read on here that this is a pretty good way to get a feel for things and get my rookie crashes out of the way. Do y'all have any recommendations on what should be my next step forward? Thanks in advance.