I suppose it was inevitable. Went out in my garden today and lost concentration for one second. The Phantom was over my neighbour's garden and he has HUGE leylandii trees - maybe sixty feet plus. I thought I was higher than them, but evidently I misjudged it. I heard the Phantom "buzz" against one of them, and then lost contact. I hurried around and asked him if I could mount a search, and he helped me out also. Couldn't see it anywhere in the trees (there were two candidate trees for the impact). I searched all around the garden also, and in the surrounding fields. What I was wondering is, assuming the battery pack didn't pop out on impact, should the Phantom lights still be flashing? The tree canopy is really, really dense, but I would have thought I should be able to see the flashing lights. The battery was at about 80% when I lost it. Also - it would be super-helpful if the Phantom beeped every few minutes if it suffers an emergency stop. That would make it easier to locate. The frustrating thing is that if I actually knew where it was I suspect it had a very "soft" landing. It might not be too damaged. So now it's my turn to go through the 5 Stages of Grief. I'm past Denial...pretty much into Bargaining now.