Disaster has struck and my new drone is trashed after about successful 10 flights. Was flying in a completely open area (over a soccer field). Went through my pre-flight checklist. Calibrated compass. Had 95% battery power. 7 satellites locked at takeoff, 9 once I was up in the sky. Could see the drone the entire flight which was only about 8 minutes. Was bringing it back to me (say 200' up and 100' away) when all of a sudden I heard the props switch off and the drone simply plummeted to the ground. I saw every painful second of it. Landed on the soft grass turf. Pretty big damage - Landing gear broken, prop broken, prop guard broken and camera/gimbal all messed up. Battery popped out on impact. I've been flying it for 2 weeks with no problems at all except for the occasional "control signal lost" when I hit 400' altitude or so. I updated the firmware and everything else. Phantom Assistant software reported everything was up to date. What should I do? Send back to DJI? I am now wondering how safe these things are. I shudder to think if I was flying over a house, street or people when I decided to act like a flying brick. I have read a lot about "flyaways". This was no flyaway. It looks like the power cut off for whatever and it crashed hard. I was thinking of stepping up to the new DJI Inspire One. Not going to happen until DJI makes these things bombproof. I am starting to realize that these things are dangerous if they malfunction.