Well, I actually thought that all the posts about the ESC's being faulty sounded a little hysterical. I could not tell from looking at my ESC's what version I had anyway. My initial flights all went fine. I purchased FPVLR's Stage 4 setup, installed it according to the instructions, and it all was working perfectly. (PS: The Stage 4 really is a Great product Tony, thank you!) THEN on a relatively short programmed flight today my bird disappeared quickly. I could see throught my iPhone's wifi settings that I was still connected but, the DJI app was giving me the "disconnected" signal and I lost video. I figured it would return after the short pre-programed Gound Station flight concluded. It did not. The DJI app never re-connected. After about 10 minutes I went looking. Using WifiFoFum, I tracked it's hidden wifi signal to a 100m area a few blocks from my home. My 13 year old son eventually found her in a neighbors back yard. It was still very hot. (I'm grateful no one was hurt). By the way, its 20 degrees here in New York, so that temp does not compensate for the ESC faulty wires. 3 out of 4 motors were hanging through the melted plastic cover by the ESC connection. It still smells like burning electronics. Here's the pictures. What should I do???? I have purchased 3 PV2's and this PV2+. Having bought 4 of DJI's products, it will be a "heart breaker" if they give my the typical "out of warranty" BS over a known issue just because I opened the cover to install antennas.