too low and control will be mushy.... to high and when you bang the sticks around it occilates.
i always keep increasing until it occilates and then back in down in small increments until it stops.
that way you have the most control... also do testing in different situations.... windy v calm.... heavy v light load.
generally a heavy load = lower gain...... generally.
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