Think I almost had a ‘fly-away’ today, but got VERY lucky. Thought I’d share my experience and maybe someone can advise what may have happened. I've been flying without a glitch or crash since getting my P2V+ in May. Originally it suffered from major TBE but that was corrected. On the weekend I noticed an odd behavior; while ~100% forward, ~80% down, 80% yaw if I release the yaw/throttle stick the Phantom just stopped dead even though I was still full forward. This was in GPS mode. Releasing forward and pushing forward again returned to normal flight. It was intermittent so I didn't think anything of it - probably unrelated. Today I was trying to fly over a river through town. I was at 300m range, 50m elevation with full FPV and good line of sight. I titled the camera down and started time-lapse photos and the thing stopped responding and banked hard right disappearing behind a building. I feared the worst, but after a minute I heard it coming home. I figured possibly it lost control signal but that was no excuse for the hard right. As I was bringing it home it went completely nuts (on-board clip below) what I can only assume full manual control feels like. It was at 40-50m away, clear line of sight (but trees and buildings around) so i don't think it was a control signal. After fighting to get control I gave up and flicked to RTH and it settled instantly. Flicking S1 back to GPS I was able to land – so probably not loss of GPS. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piK45x1xrms[/youtube] Any ideas? Loose connections / interference (flying in the city) / Manual control triggered somehow? I was Flying in NAZA – GPS mode. Went back out this evening to a nice open park - no problems. Any ideas?