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Tricopter APM2.5+GPS stability

Are tricopters running APM+GPS hold going to hold position as well as a quad? How about altitude hold?
Although they seem to behave so well when flying hands-on (more airplane-like) I wonder if they might be a problem when a computer is trying to manage them. That tail servo is nothing like a fixed motor after all and seems like it'd be impossible to get it dialed into the software correctly.
Anyone with any experience? Should I just stick to a quad? Thanks for any help!