I am reading a lot online about issues with faulty readouts from the battery LEDs and the app for batteries that are flown after sitting for a period of time since last charge. What is apparent is if you fly without fully charging the battery on the day of the flight, you are at risk of a sudden, potentially catastrophic battery failure. (Trust me, I know, I doing the "You got to do better than 30%" dance with DJI support right now.) What is not clear is exactly what the cause is and how to replicate the problem. I am wondering what the best way to use the Auto Discharge function is. I think it defaults to 10 days. Would it be smart to set it to 1-2 days so that you are forced to recharge on the day of flight? Others (in the DJI forum) seem to be saying that the Auto Discharge function might be the problem. Once a battery goes in to Auto Discharge, it can no longer be trusted. Any thoughts? Either way, given the number of drop-out-of-the-sky reports I am reading, I hope DJI comes out with some sort of notice about the problem and updates their manuals.