He guys. I've always had pretty good luck with gluing stress cracks with my P2 and now with a couple small ones I found on my P3P. I know there are many methods like epoxy, super glue, etc. But super glue alone has always done the job for me and it doesn't require the expense or messiness of mixing epoxy. I'm curious how many of you have tried the super glue and baking soda trick. My dad turned me on to this method as he's done it on his phantom. This is not a tricky or complicated fix by any means, but it does seem to be a great solution as it quickly hardens and "cements" the super glue almost instantly. You can also sand it down smooth if that's important to you. I have a crack to glue today so I wanted to see if anyone here would benefit from a short video on this. If not, I won't bother making the video. But if anyone feels it may help them, I'm happy to do so. Again it's not complicated but sometimes the visuals help. Just let me know brothers.