Tons of knowledge. Use the search tool first when inquiring about a subject; its probably already been covered. Since you are new to drones and piloting, read/watch ALL the horror posts on "I lost/crashed my drone" . . . this is intended to scare you a bit and help you realize what the Mavic Air can (and cannot) do.
Also, read the MA's manual forwards/backwards till its in your head (automatic). That is the first step. Reading it with the coffee in the morning is an excellent idea (wish I thought of that).
Post pictures, thoughts, video and concerns . . . this makes us better as a community. don't hesitate to post pics/video no matter how good or bad you think they are. For all things there is a first time. Seeing the earth from your perspective makes us better . . . we need that.
dirkclod, Will for sure search for already answered questions as to not be repetitive. Thanks for moderating, I know that can be a lot of work. Hopefully I will be able to contribute something back, hopefully it won't be "what not to do". ;-)
MavicHelp, Its great having someone with inside knowledge who may help with really tough tech questions.
Greg Webb, I retired end of January, was best decision I've made in awhile. Like a huge weight lifted off my shoulders.
larryc43230, We're almost neighbors. I live in Delaware, maybe get together for a cup of coffee sometime.
Skywatcher2001, I shot a short vid for the first time yesterday, over 200 meg though, hopefully can post something as I learn more.
RickinWaST, Visted your state a couple times several years ago, Mt. Raineer, Mt. Saint Helens, etc. beautiful state.