Hi everyone! Long time lurker, first time poster. Excited to start participating in the community. So about 2 months ago, I bought my first quadcopter/drone, the Phantom 3 Pro and I've loved it. Already logged 121 flights! Sadly, a few days ago, I had a flyaway. The DJI Go app force quit, the controller lost connection, and the drone didn't return home. It decided to descend altitude and fly in a circle until it crashed into a tree. Exterior damage isn't too bad. DJI was really interested to know why it crashed and requested I send it in; however, when told them I had modded the controller with DBS Mods they said they wouldn't service it under warranty (understandable). So I started to repair stuff myself. Physical damage looked pretty minor, but it was a little more extensive than I initially suspected. One of the gimbal arms was bent, but I ordered the 3D printed replacement kit on eBay and it's back working 100%. Everything else seems to be in working order, the drone connects to the RC and app. I get full gimbal control, VPS is working, but no battery percentage is displayed and even though the app says everything is fully functional, I can't fly it. Why? Because this: [file]Side view flight controller|none[/file] [file]Flight controller top p3|none[/file] [file]P3 flight controller|none[/file] To my understanding, this is the flight controller, gyroscope, and on the underside, the IMU—in other words—pretty much everything expensive on the board. LOL. It seems kind of poorly designed to sit directly against the GPS module on the upper shell because it takes direct shock upon a crash (and it is only held to the main board with solder, but w/e, I won't criticize the design because I'm sure they know better). From what I can tell, everything is still in tact, the main solder points broke and pushed the secondary board through the main board. Has anyone experienced a similar incident? Am I crazy to think that I can just have it re-welded to the main board? Anything I need to be particularly cautious about? Trying to avoid having to replace the MCU if possible. Thanks for your help! Glad to be a part of the community.