I have bought my P3P on 12/29/15 and have flown it about 10-11 times so far. About 2 weeks ago I have noticed that the RC when held it has a cracking sound and it feels like is not closed completely, when squeezed on the right side the shell has a feeling gap. Also there is something rattling and moving inside. Knowing that the RC was never dropped or placed in places that could have something get inside, and fearing something could be loose inside the RC that could cause to loose the drone, I have decided to open the RC after viewing a lot of tutorials how to do it. What I found inside had me disappointed again in DJI QC and their way of building the drone kit. So, in this light, can you DJI improve the way you build the plastic components? Things that could be done to eliminate future problems like this. - insert a metal threaded post inbeded in the plastic and not use the self tapping wood screws like now or, - after molding the shell, tap the plastic post where the screw goes in to avoid cracking the post, or - use M3 screws that have less biting threads to avoid cracking the post. Below are attached photos showing the manufacturing defects that DJI is selling to us. It would be nice if DJI would take ownership of the problem and replace the RC like any other respectable company would do but from past experience we can not expect that from DJI.