dragon no fly, Hi mate.
My heli as it stands just now :
Like90 main blades
11.1V LiPo battery
Custom LiPo battery holder.
QuickUK base loaded antenna
TRex tail fin
Heat sinks - both motors
JP Supertec Pico servo's
11T Pinion with stock 370 motor.
The main reason the heli gets blown about outside is its weight. You can increase its weight (like I have) but the pay off is with flight times. With my standard heli running a 11.1V LiPo I could get almost 30 minute flight times. Since it has been modded it is down to about 15 minutes. This is also a variable as if you just sit there in the hover the motor is working harder than in forward flight - Try it, get into forward flight and you have to back off on the throttle to maintain a constant altitude which in turn increases the flight time).
The main reason I fitted Like90 blades is, I found on a breezy day to get the heli to decend I almost had to shut the throttle - not something you want to do with a fixed pitch heli. With such a low rotor RPM in the decent you loose a lot of control authority. With the like90 blades, because they have to spin so much faster to generate the same amount of lift you find you still have control authority in the decent.
In short the standard heli is
an indoor machine (unless very calm outside) but it doesn't take too much to make it into an outdoor machine. With the Like90 blades and an 11T pinion you will notice a big difference.
What it all comes down to is what you want to do with your heli. Indoors, its just about perfect as is - outside you need to make a few changes but it can be done cheaply.
batfalcon - I use JP Supertec Pico's on my heli.
They are quite cheap and have lasted well. I'll get you a link if you need it. (UK though).