Originally Posted by Jessestr
True that, but if we always keep on saying that errors are normal there will be no improvement to the system, So if you keep on finding errors and try to fix them in a correct way, we'll get some quads with even better working software
I know, it's sometimes hard to switch from firmware to firmware.. But if you want no errors you have to.
Errors ARE normal in a particular way. For example, a high quality compact disc still has got at least 3 block reading errors per second. The industrial standard allows up to 220 BLER. Trying to get a CD free from reading errors is like trying to get a highway free from any dust particles.
All that matters is the amount of errors. True, the WMP is not the best sensor. But using a "bad" sensor with a error-sensitive software is simply nonsense. Either get a better sensor or flash an error-tolerant software.
By using V1.9 with your WMP you don't reduce (usually not noticeable) errors, you just make the to a problem without having the possibility to reduce them.