So my P3P just fell out of the sky. I have one broken propeller, camera came right off, and so did the battery. Picture of damage: https://www.dropbox.com/s/c1nef6l6eyva6mp/IMG_3991.jpg?dl=0 As usual, I turned on the P3 and wait for it to get GPS connectivity before I take off. The P3 finished warming up and the status was green. I started off by accending to ~390 feet and started going forward full throttle. When it was approximately 800 ft away from me, I got a "Critical Battery Error" or something along those lines. I can't remember because I know some other people have had a similar issue and immedialtely thought "Oh ****!!!, I need to bring it back ASAP". So I stopped moving forward and started to come back in reverse at about 26 MPH. When The P3 was 464FT away from me, it stopped and started to free fall. I was able to see that the propellers literally stopped moving as it came down full speed. I ran to the crash site and saw it on the grass just sitting there sideways. The battery was sitting on the ground powered on. The camera was a few feet away from where the P3 crashed. Interestingly enough, as all of this was happening, I was not upset or sad. After seeing this same thing happen to others, I just figured it would happen to me sooner or later. Some info about the P3 status: Battery was at 94% when I got the Critical Battery Error. The time window that show you how much flight time was left said 14 minutes. I was flying in P-GPS the whole time. At no point in time did I do the CSC thing. I just went forward on the right stick, saw the error, then went back on the right stick until it stopped and went down. I did not have the memory card in the camera because I was just taking it around the neighborhood and did not plan on taking any pictures or video. I do however have the flight data and have uploaded to the cloud. Some will probably say that maybe the battery was not in all the way. Well, that would be hard to believe in my case because I had to fight to get the battery out of the P3 each time that I needed to remove it so that I can charge it. EDIT: A little more info that I forgot: I was running the latest firmware on the P3P, controller and battery. I have been on the latest since it came out. I was one of the first people to receive the P3P, so it is not brand new and not my first time flying it. I have a total of 4hr of flight time, 43 total flights, 177, 503FT flown, since I got it. Every time that I put the battery in, it is all the way in.