Just some more newbie questions - Has anyone else had or went through tipping the drone over when coming in to land in windy conditions? I know its not good to fly in high wind speeds, however I do fly with some wind as the drone simply flys so well in medium wind speed. My only struggle is that whilst it flies pretty good in mild wind, is when coming in to land. Perhaps I am more open to this issue because I am still just getting used to flying and more so because I attempt to land on a flat piece of board. I take a light piece of board to launch form when at the beach. Even though the sand is a little wet when its low tide, it comes in handy for making a level platform in different areas that may not be so level. The longer I take with havering to land on it, the more I seem at risk with the drone tipping over from a bit of wind. Only twice so far - both times the motors kept going, but the props held the position right up till I powered down. During such time I hope I have not damaged the motors. How many times has this happed to you?