Battery questions. My P2V+ is 2 years old. I flew it 12 times the first year and twice the second year. Now, once last week (this year). I have two batteries. They have seen equal use, and equal charging (perhaps too much charging). More on that later. My first flight this year I got up to about 200 feet directly overhead and after 2-3 minutes, I started getting the low battery warning. It landed fine within the next few minutes. The battery was fully charged a few days before. I put the second battery in and it did the same thing, but with a minute or two longer flight time. It too was charged a few days before. Over the last two winters, I put the batteries on the charger (until full) 2-3 times per winter. I didn't run them down beforehand. They were pretty discharged according to the green lights. To fully drain them, when I got home this week, I put both batteries in the drone and just let it idle on the ground until it shut off. It never had enough power to even lift off while doing this. I have since put both batteries on the charger until full. I have yet to check the flight time as I have been very busy. I probably won't get to it until next week. I don't know too much about the battery status logic in the devices, but I suspect that somehow the batteries are giving inaccurate status data to the controller, and it THINKS the batteries are low when they're really not. Thus alerting telling the craft to land. I would hate to think I have to replace my two batteries, and that I only got 7 flights out of each one... I have one other question. Both batteries require a bit of force to seat into the drone. More than i would expect. Getting them out is MUCH harder, I have to squeeze and pull very hard to get them out. They do not appear to be deformed or damaged in any way. It is just stiff getting them in and out. Any way to safely "lube" them? Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions on either of these topics? Thanks.