I've been asked by my company (Tech) to participate in presentation they will be giving to one of those STEM-centric High Schools. They've asked me to demonstrate tech through drones. The presentation and flying area will be held in an Air Museum (some cool, historic aircraft) which is in an old Hanger. I'm not counting on the weather being nice and being able to fly my Inspire or Mavic Pro outside (March can see A LOT of snow here in Colorado). I'm planning on bringing my AP drones and FPV drones, including my "Tiny Whoop" and 3" FPV racers. But I'd like to fly my Spark (maybe my Mavic Air). I've never flown any of my DJI drones indoors and don't have a large enough indoor space to practice to see how it reacts. I'm used to flying/racing tiny whoops and other small drones indoors so I have no problem flying a drone that doesn't have VPS or GPS. My concern is my Spark may try to do things because of these aides that might affect the way it flies or my ability to control it. I've searched this forum for this topic "Flying Indoors" and it seemed the only things people said to do was use the prop guards and set RTH to current altitude... Is that it? Nothing to turn off or disable? Last thing I want is for my Spark to fly into some classic WWI canvas-covered Sopwith Camel and put a hole in it! Any tips would be appreciated!