So I've now owned my Phantom for 12 days and I'm at a point where I've grounded it and I am unwilling to fly it again and considering a return or selling out of concern for safety. From day one I've had a number of problems: -The charger I received was faulty, as well as a brand new extra battery I purchased had a faulty cell. -I've learned the batteries can be a fire/explosive hazard and can become unusable if not used, charged and stored in very specific conditions. -I loose connection with the FC40 camera if I travel more than 100 feet, the app force-closes and I spend the rest of my flights hovering while I try to reconnect the camera but fail to do so. -The camera splits clips into three minute segments. -Last night I became so frustrated that I just decided to dismount the FC40 and fly without a camera until I purchase a GoPro. -I've had the battery door pop open mid-flight twice already. -The phone mount for the transmitter is poorly designed and swings around, distracting me during flight. This is a minor issue, but is still annoying. -My main problem is that a few days ago, I had a fly-away. Thankfully the Phantom returned home after a few minutes. Initially, I thought the fly-away was caused by me becoming too confident and flying too far to impress friends. After mapping out the distance I flew before I lost control, I determined I was well within range when I lost control. I also considered the fact that we had my buddy's GoPro mounted during that flight and that may have caused interference but then I remembered we made a point of turning it's wifi off before the flight. After coming across this article http://www.photographybay.com/2014/...flyaway-concerns-and-safeguards-in-phantom-2/ just last night I am afraid of flying my Phantom at all again. It seems as though tons of people have experienced random and dangerous fly-aways, inspiring some ex Phantom owners to start a class-action against DJI. Due to the fact that I live in an urban area I cannot risk my Phantom flying away and crashing. There are homes, people, pets and cars all around me and if I was to have an uncontrolled fly-away I could very easily cause a horrific accident. Does anyone know if the flyaway issue people were experiencing in the article I've linked above has been resolved? Does anyone have any words of advice for me?