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I had issues as well binding a cheapie flysky transmitter with the dang receiver it came with so I ended up returning it and buying a frsky taranis x9d+ instead. That was in 2015 and I still use it today, with some upgrades like hall effect gimbals and an upgraded antenna It's the most supported transmitter in our hobby and there's no shortage of information on how to set it all up as well as pimping it out with upgrades. If you're not the tinkering type you can always go with the frsky x-lite. It's the kind of situation where if you want to avoid headaches and too much tinkering to get stuff to work, you don't want to cheap out on a transmitter. Additional quads are ok to cheap out on since you'll probably crash them anyway, I personally cut my teeth with FPV more on micro's starting out when I didn't want to keep crashing my 5" quad. Good luck to ya and welcome to the hobby