I almost lost my beloved Phantom 3 on Saturday night. I had a couple of drinks and then decided to fly an auto pilot mission using the FPV camera app (which I love by the way). I quickly typed in a few targets, entered about 15 waypoints, and let the bird loose. The mission was planned for 10 min's; 30 seconds but it never returned It was terrible. I jumped in the car and drove towards the flight path hoping to get a signal of it's last location, nothing. Luckily, my brother came down the next morning and we found it with minimal damage. Even though I have read hundreds of posts about maintaining altitude, I was flying too low and it clipped some trees. The battery fell out on impact thus making a signal impossible to discover. Yes, I was also flying over private property which made the recovery effort a bit more tricky. My altitude at the time of the crash was 102 feet but now my minimum will be 150. I consider myself very lucky so please don't make the same mistake I did. The drone is just fine and I'm up in the air again. Here's a copy of the flight, crash happens at 4:59. Happy Flying, I have really enjoyed this forum.