Originally Posted by zadaw
The problem is that I am still using my 2801pro to control to Trex 450 and 250. Obviously, I will have to watch this carefully.
I dont know that there is any evidence to support the 2801 being any worse than a dx6 in terms of signal quality AFAIK it uses a similar spread spectrum technology and the radio chipsets are reported to be of good quality. There are too many variables to any wireless link for blame to fall on a TX design without a strong pattern of failures.
The only issue the 2801 has is its programming oddities (eg. resetting a model changes the stick mode on ALL of them to mode 1 and resetting a model sets all throttle directions to normal) these should be fixed but shouldn't cause crashes if you are careful when changing settings.