Hi Chaps, Took my P2 out for a spin a few days ago and was happily whizzing along when all of a sudden it tumbled out of the air. It was about 500m from me when it happened so all I could see was through the monitor. Luckily I was over private land and knew roughly where it had come down, a couple of large fields and it should be easy to spot...... ..... 90 mins later after walking the perimeter of both fiends and still not finding it I was able to climb up onto a stone wall to get a better look and eventually spotted it, belly up on top of one of the hawthorn hedges. After them having to climb into the hedge to retrieve it (Devon hedges are about 10ft tall!), cutting myself up nicely in the process, I retrieved my baby. Quick check, Camera still rolling, main battery popped out, two broken blades (STBD side, front & back), little scuffed here and there but it seemed in good shape otherwise. The landing into the nice springy hedge I think saved it as it was a drop from around 200m. Back at home, further inspection showed bent gimbal mount but nothing else. Put some new blades on it (all four... genuine DJI) and took it outside for a little test and it seemed fine. However I noticed that in the hover there is a very slight shimmy / shake and it's not holding it's position as well as it did before. Initially I thought it was the bent gimbal throwing the balance so I removed it all together but it still happened. Ran through calibration / IMU + Sticks. Still no difference. I've had the top off and made sure everything inside is as it should be. GPS module seems in good shape, no damage to the sensor. Motors appear ok, nothing bent, all running smoothly, clips attached etc. To top it all, I then got flu and ended up in bed for the last five days.... even my P2 couldn't encourage me out!!! Reviewing the video of the actual point the tumble started it looks as though something hit the P2 on the STBD side (the same side as the failed props). The P2 clearly jolts a split second before the tumble starts. At this time of year there are many large birds starting to nest around here from Crows to Buzzards. I've certainly watched Crows attacking Buzzards while defending their area so possibly it was a punchy crow or maybe just a simple blade failure..... either way, it's not happy now! I am wandering if one of the motors is potentially to blame for the shake however not entirely sure what to try next. Has anyone got any suggestions?