That quad only weighs 42 grams, the aton weighs 860 grams. One of those light quads are much harder to fly imo. I can chill and float around with the aton in 15 mph wind.
I never got off the ground with it. It would go made 6" of ground, dive hard to left or right and smash. Indoor, no wind. Before that was a Blade 120 helicopter. 3 sets of blades replaced, before selling it. It never once got above 2-3 feet. These were bad enuff to make me go 4 years
I came really close last October. If Outcast had not come out, I'd have bought that Kyosho flying car. Seen one fly, one of the guys I race against has one. It looks really cool flying. Plus the pistol style controller that lets it fly like driving.