yes that was on crappy X5... I added in some mechanical differential Elevon and it helps with the adverse yaw but the plane is still crap.
Sorry not sure what you are asking about the servos.
I connected everything as per manual and even used the throttle control which worked quite well. However, I am not sure I will keep using the throttle control in the future.
No video sorry... onboard video from a X5 is painfull to watch
Anyway it was blowing a freakin gale out there and DOS handled it like a champ.
A word of warning the very first GPS lock set an inaccurate home position which is to be expected when you move the gps a long way then re-boot (as in from china to canada)
So let the gps get a fix, then unplug and re-plug in for the best home position.
All settings were default in the dos program for gains.