First of all, I'm very impressed that DJI in California serviced my crashed Phantom through the warrantee and had it back to me in less than 4 weeks. It crashed seconds after takeoff when it suddenly went from green "Safe to Fly GPS" to red "Compass Error" but that's another story. I got my repaired P3P yesterday and after calibrating the IMU, gimbal and the compass, one of the first things I was going to do was take off the tablet holder on the controller and install the metal Inspire holder which is much more stable and won't wobble, just like I did with my other Phantom controller. Upon trying to remove the holder, the screw kept on turning instead of unscrewing. It seems that the nut that it bolts to is moving along with the screw as I try to unscrew it but it won't unscrew. So, I can't put on the Inspire holder on. OK, not a big deal, I'll try to figure that out another day. The next thing I wanted to do is remove the lense on the camera and put on one of my ND filter lenses. I removed the lense on my other Phantom without any issued and screwed the new lense right on. Well, I tried to unscrew this Phantom's lense with my hands but that didn't work. Next I resorted to using channel lock pliers with some cloth so it wouldn't scratch the outside of the lense. It STILL would not unscrew! I finally got another set of channel locks to hold the camera while the other pliers tried to unscrew the lense and it unscrewed about a half turn but didn't want to unscrew anymore! It almost seems that something was put on the threads (super glue?... loctite?) so that removing the lense would be difficult, if not impossible! After about an hour of attempting to carefully remove the lense, i finally cracked the lense! So now the lense is gone but the camera looks ok. I flew it around and it flys great and the camera stills and video seems to work just fine without the protective glass that I broke but I still can't use my ND filter lenses! I'm not quite a conspiracy theorist, but I'm starting to wonder did someone over there alter these things because I didn't have ANY of these issues with my first P3P. Maybe they were hoping that I wanted to upgrade these things and I'd damage them and have to pay to get it serviced! I don't know, but It makes me wonder. I'm wondering if a well outfitted camera shop could help me with it. Anyway, what do you guys think about all of this?