I've been flying my PV2+ for exactly a month. Flew it several times at empty fields north of Toronto, then took it to the trip to Canadian Rockies (before ban to fly drones in National Parks spread from US to Canada). Got 3 flights in Banff, Jasper and Yoho. Nothing risky, just video over some lakes and picnic areas. The smile never left my face. Untill... A day ago I decided to fly around railroad bridge over Humber river... Did couple ascents and descents far from the bridge, then decided to fly under the bridge (it's quite high ~ 50 meters). Flew it nicely under and then I levelled the copter to be at about the same heigh as the bridge is, and started to bring it back. FPV showed me: it's too high - at exact heigh as the structure is, I need to bring it down. I did for about 1 meter. Visually the Phantom looked waaay lower than the arch of the bridge. I did not check FPV - too excited to fly it right under it... The sound of broken propellers and 2 seconds later sound of splash in the water are still in my ears. Ohhhhh... The stream of the Humber river is relatively fast. The depth of the river is at about waist deep, water is muddy but warm at this time of the year. I spent close to 30 minutes going in circles in my underwear down from the place where the bird killed by me fell in the waters. Trying to find it with my feet. No luck. Next post from me will be in Classifieds selling transmitter and charger.