My P2v tumbled from the sky on an otherwise uneventful flight -- except for a bit of a wind. The camera is wrecked and one arm gets no power for lights or motor. The other three arms seem to work fine. I think I know why it crashed.. the power lead came loose from the central board. See attached photo. It's possible that it broke free when the P2V hit the deck, but the case was undamaged, so I'm inclined to think that bad solder joint caused the crash. The question is what to do about it? 1) I'm not so handy with a soldering iron. And I don't know what that translucent stuff is around the solder joint. I suppose its worth a try to get it flying again. 2) If I can get it flying again, I still don't have a camera. I can't find a US source for a new camera that had a decent return policy for protection from the many focus and dead pixel issues that this camera has. Any other thoughts or ideas?