Here is a video of my chamber raised Tiercel in action. It was his third season. The fields where we fly are not enormous and he takes a pitch which matches the conditions, usually between 300 and 400 ft. The game is spotted through binoculars and he is cast off out of sight behind a barn or wood. He mounts in circles near to me and shadows me closely as I walk in. I do all my own flushing and I seem to need to see the game take wing before I allow myself to film. So I usually only get the ends of his stoops. One advantage of his relatively low pitch is that he catches up with his targets quite close to me which is good for filming.