I made an out of focus video "Hover Test" of my FC40 trying to hover on a windy day. It was acting a little whacky so I fired up the camera just in time to catch it doing a 540 to the left. It proceeded to wander around going up and down throughout the video. The only input I made was one 180 to make the red light visible to the camera. I may have also throttled up when it was about to hit the ground. This video has sound. Hover Test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uQMvodzIcM Yesterday I was flying around the house taking video of the exterior. It was pretty windy then too. At one point I let it hover at about 20 feet waiting for the gusts to stop and to my surprise it did a left 400. This time the camera was running and that's the "400" video. This video has NO sound. 400: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQSNfWU ... e=youtu.be Have I run it into too much stuff and made the brain go bonkers? Is this why DJI says not to fly on really windy days? Am I loosing gps satellites and it decides it needs to look around? Is it because one of the prop guards is mostly broken off? So many questions, so little brain power. Have at it folks, I'm at a loss. :?