So I just couldn't wait for the final version and I made the mistake of using the beta version. Now with no way to roll the firmware back, I am grounding it until there is a final version. The RTH is seriously flawed in my opinion. I flew out a short distance and I started to lose signal (still in LOS), so it decided to autoland in the BLM forest. It told me it had a home point when I took off but now there was no home point. I had to hike into the forest while watching out for bears. After a long search, I was able to recover it by tracking the signal when I got close enough. Prior to the crash, I had attempted to regain control but the sticks were dead. The 90% business is ridiculous. Who has time to think when all I see are trees getting closer & closer. Then they want you to put the left stick in the 90% position for 2 seconds... why not the 100% position as that is where most people will put the left stick when it is lowering itself to its own doom! After researching the manual again I confirmed there are no adjustments to the RTH feature other than height. My DJI quads have full control over the RTH feature, something that is sorely missing on the X-Star. Autel is no DJI, that's for sure.