Hi all. After a hefty crash I'm posting photos and looking for advice as to what can and should be replaced, how I test if components are ok etc. Yesterday I replaced the solid core leads with stranded. I did a number of tests before flying properly (idled no props, tethered with power applied, then short distance) and on first inspection the new connections all appear ok but it's a bit of a coincidence so obviously I'll be wanting to check them all out. After calibrating the compass I did 2 short test flights,proving home position. I then took her up and over to the opposite side of the field I was in. At that point I lost contact and used "Find My Phantom" to pinpoint it's last position. It's obviously landed on one arm and has bent the case and top. There's no sign of loose or damaged connections, no sign of burnt mosfets. The wifi module had taken a dink. The left hand of the two shiny connections is loose. I'd like to prove that the motors and ESCs are ok, by inserting the battery (which was 2 feet away from the Bird on the ground and appears undamaged, was still on when I got there) and idling the motors without props. There's some soil in the top of the motor which I'll clear out first obviously. Any reason to hold off from this test? The shiny connectors into the wifi module, do they just pull out, push in?