Hi Bill, No you're statement is not what happened, VFF had no impact on my responsiveness,
I tuned it by raising P till I got the oscillations, and backed it off until it was stable, then set the D to 0.001 and it shook really bad, so I took it out and raised the I to about 0.35 it was then that I reintroduced the D, and found I could leave "I" 0.001 on pitch but not roll,
All my FFF tests were done in Auto, So I couldn't say I had trouble "targeting" a Pitch attitude, I just found that as I flew my missions, if it got disturbed, my hover P was too high, I would reduce P and increase VFF simultaneously.
By "Pitchy" I mean Pitch Oscillations escalating to where I had to take over. I would let it build and build to see if it would recover, but you could see the amplitude increasing,,,
Maybe I start again, and instead of simultaneously reducing P and increasing VFF I just leave VFF alone?