I thought it would be a good idea to update the firmware for everything since I hadn't done it in a while. But after this, I'm inclined to leave well enough alone. Anyway, did all 3 batteries, the bird, and the RC. Popped it up for a quick flight, about a minute or 2, and everything seemed to be fine. Fast forward 2 nights later, I went down to the beach to go fly. I had a compass error, but I figured it was likely due to the fact that it was powered on on a picnic table. I decide to do a calibration anyway. I mostly use Litchi, but the button on calibrating the compass didn't seem to work or it wasn't providing instruction. So I bailed on it and used DJI Go instead. Compass calibrates, bird takes off, and everything is good. Fly an entire battery with no issues using DJI Go. I was anxious to get in the air, hoping to get a shot of a small cruise ship entering the channel and that's why I stuck with DJI Go the first flight. The second battery, I switched to Litchi. I've never had any issues before and it seemed to be doing alright. All of the sudden I notice this on my feed. I high tailed it back to me and it made it back. The entire time I'm watching and waiting for it to fall out of the sky. This was last night. I have no idea if it was the gimbal or if it was the quad itself. It jittered a little more. I don't know if I was hit by a bird or something. There didn't appear to be any damage, but it was getting dark and I didn't take that close of a look. Here's a link to the HD log. This happened at the farthest point out. I've flown out here a dozen times before. HealthyDrones.com - Innovative flight data analysis that matters Someone help me and give me some confidence back please.