After several flights I can now land the Phantom instead of just crashing. Progress! On the other hand... the pasture where I'm now practicing has knee-high grass that is soon going to be waist deep. I read somewhere that it is better to shut the motors off before touching down in tall grass. I'm sure this would be helpful, as the props can quickly jam with grass if they are still spinning. My question is: how high above the ground or grass should the Phantom be when I cut the throttle? I tried this today at about 8 feet above the grass but the props still spun into the grass.