Originally Posted by tom-tom 1
Here is video of my quad copter...
Looks like P might be a touch high on roll. Play with the P values and get used to how they affect the quad.
Next step is to get used to just flying the thing. Eventually you should get used to how the quad responds when you are standing in front of it instead of behind it. Also when you are standing off to the side. When you land your QTR it most likely won't be perfectly in front of you. It'll be coming in from the right or left so doing some flying like that would be good QTR practice. Take your time with it tough. Took me at least a few months before I became comfortable flying my quad and even now I can't do much more than hover.
You'll notice that all of my QTD landings are kind of over my shoulder in that I try to plan it so the quad is as much in front of me a possible when converting to a hover or taking off vertically.
Again, great job in getting it in the air. Looks stable.