I had this happen two times yesterday and I want to get your thoughts on the issue. I had done a round of shooting and I wanted to get one last shot in so I went out, started to loose the video signal so I started to come back and call it a day, I decided to put it in failsafe mode since I lost it in the sun (yes I did not have line of sight the whole time). I looked back at the monitor and I could see it was not heading home. It appeared to be just lowering down. I took back control and brought it back to me without an issue but I thought that was strange. I did a second shoot that day. I went out about 50 feet up and 100 feet out and I tested the failsafe switch. No issues, everything was fine. I did the same thing as before and wanted to get one last shot at the end of the shoot and it did it again. This time I lost video signal and then I lost control signal. I put it in failsafe mode and it did not come back. I did not have line of sight, or video feed, or control signal. OH SH... Luckily I have a Flytrex Live. I had to shut down the wifi on my phone as the monitor and turn on the wifi hotspot on the phone to use my ipad to load flytrex live and find out where it was. It auto landed in the golf course I was filming but was in the rough. Long story short I drove around, jumped a fence and everything seems to be OK. Here is my theory and I want to get your thoughts. I believe I was on low battery warning when I lost the signal or I turned on the failsafe mode. It was not critically low and still had plenty to get me back to when I started and then some. Is this correct that when failsafe mode is activated on a low battery it will just auto land and not return to home?