Yes, INAV 4.1 in all my flight controller equipped planesUpdating INAV Firmware on Strix Nano Goblin #1 from 3.0.2 to 4.0.0. It has a BrainFPV Radix LI Wing FC in it, and the firmware is custom compiled by BrainFPV to support the proprietary bitmapped OSD. They Tend to be a few ".x.x" revisions behind INAV released, and this is considered "beta" firmware. This is fine for me, I've been beta testing firmware and products for most of my life. I have an open github case with them on an OSD menu issue where the menus do not adapt for NTSC having fewer vertical lines of text than PAL. Makes it difficult to adjust some BrainFPV OSD features that can most easily be set via the OSD menu, but end up being off the bottom of the screen when using NTSC. (my default video protocol). I have since figured out the CLI parameters to adjust those features, but hey, Maybe I am missing something else that I can't see down there.
I've also picked up 2S and 3S 18650 packs that should be good to 25A. When I rebuilt this bird after the nose got knocked off, I pumped up the ESC, from the stock OG 12A to a 20A ESC. Still has the OG Cobra Motors 1407 3500kv. The newer NGs have an EMAX 1606 4000kv motor. (which I have in NG#2) With the prop I'm running (APC 2x4.1x4.1), My current "stock" packs sag when pulling more than 10A, (their rating). I can get 12A out of them with serious sag, but with battery telemetry, my OSD, and Radio are constantly B!+@#!ng when I punch out, go vertical, and/or do high speed passes. Curious to see how many amps this setup can actually pull, and how much more performance I can expect without the sag and ability to run higher amps. Higher volts and amps = more watts = more powah! Sure, the mah rating is lower with higher amp ratings, but I can still throw the other packs in for endurance flying where I'm not going > 75% throttle. Flying LOS I tend to push it harder than FPV too. Planning on doing some comparison videos between the two sets of packs, max speed, max amps, and difference in how I fly FPV vs LOS. There are some maneuvers I can do LOS that are difficult FPV. It would be nice to have an option in the FPV OSD that not only shows when the plane is level, but when it is vertical. There is nothing like that now, but I'm planning on opening an INAV github issue for that. :-D
Hoping for some clean air soon so I can get an AutoTune in. Hope to compare Specs and tunes with @CarolineTyler who has been flying a newer Nano Goblin. Think she may be running INAV too.
Currently have an FT Aura 5 in NG #2, but am planning to swap that for something small that runs ArduPilot with OSD and GPS. Currently running an AIO camera/VTX and want OSD. Want to do a comparison video of autolaunch INAV vs FT Aura and eventually add ArduPilot.