Okay --- this will be my review of the Skylark OSD. Ironically, I have other OSDs but in all of my FPV flights I've never plumbed one into a plane - I've never needed to. As I've always said - I'm methodical with my FPV approach and only now will I start to venture out further (DL) and incorporate more toys (head-tracking, OSD).
The box arrived from DHL in less than stellar position (and DHL wonders why they have so many issues). This is a shipper's fault - not Skylark.
The contents could have been better packaged - especially considering $30 flat rate for shipping. Bubble wrap filling should be a minimum even for solid state electronics. There was none in the box.
The solder joints look good - and consistent. The PCB looks to be of average to good quality. There was a small data sheet included w/ instructions... limited to how to connect the components.
The connector pins are also put together well, and have average light-weight hobby-grade wire going to the connections. All of the connections are esoteric - so you can't really hook it up incorrectly. But they are generic pins - so you can find them online I'm pretty sure. Also, the lenghth of the wires provides for great separation withougt making new harnesses. However, if you have a larger planes or require your own harness you can build your own.
I'll be plumbing this into a plane this weekind and getting some flight tests. My weapon of choice from my stable will be the DeeZee - I need to have it ready by next weekend at the PecanPatch FPV meet -- teaser:
Stay tuned kids!!!