Yes that's right the second. The first was delivered on the 13th of May and went down on May 27th. Display on tablet shown "Control signal lost" and she starts RTH (my RTH is set to 204 as I am frequently near tall pines) during her descent the right side of the craft drops suddenly and she drives herself into the rear bumper of my vehicle (figure the odds on that one!). The gimble is sheared. props broken, case smashed with a motor pointing in. Send it into get support and learn it's going to take 6 weeks. I order another p2v+v3 and have been flying it. Today I flew one battery to about 25% at an empty ball park to survey it for a potential practice location for disc golf. During the flight I notice she's wobbly and figure it's probably due to the winds coming off the bay a few blocks away. So I pack everything up hit a drive through and make my way east to another potential practice location. I sit and eat 3 tacos, drink half a large soda. Hop out of the car and throw 18 long drives in an empty football field.The time between flights was easily an hour and a half. I drive around and think this would be a great little temp course if we could get an aerial survey we could setup some portables and have a nice change up course! I take out the phantom load a fresh battery and send her off. Less than 11 minutes into the flight as I am bringing her in and preparing to set her down she suddenly flips to her side (left) and drives herself into the ground. Fortunately this is from a height of about 3 feet and the prop guards take the brunt of the impact. One prop is broken, two prop guards are broken but everything else seems ok and she powered back up after I reinserted the battery. Gimble rotates freely and camera seems to be working. I've reviewed the flight video but it stops right as the flippy phantom suicide maneuver. Fortunately I had screen recorder running on the tablet since I'm paranoid after the first one went down. I realize this is a long post but I wanted to be thorough. My point is this: seems to be something wrong with the P2v+v3 The first phantom had over 50% battery left when she went down. The 2nd had over 30% battery remaining. I could understand the law of averages and getting one bad one is so many hundreds but what's the odds one guy purchasing two units from 2 different dealers from two different states encounters the same thing? I know the first reaction is likely to be "pilot error". However I have been careful to follow the recommended pre-flight checks, avoid interference potentials, stay safe. The phantoms were both in GPS mode, both had the latest firmware released both had been compass calibrated in this town away from cars, buildings, etc. Is there something I can do to see if I suffer the bad esc I have heard without voiding my warranty? I still have 4 weeks wait to get my first phantom back and I am reticent to send in a 2nd but just want to be safe. I am trying hard not to be cynical about this product as I really do like the features but now I'm getting scared to even send a phantom up.