Howdy everybody. I recently purchased a new P3S and am having a great time with it. I've flown quads and hex's and octo's in the past and to be honest, I really like DJI'S engineering and the flight characteristics are pretty impressive for the price point. But I'd like to ask a few questions to the long term phantom pilots. I let my son (11) take it for a flight a few days ago. He has a low end quad and a quad millennium falcon (wish DJI would make one with the phantom or inspire platform, but that's another post..) So he has indoor experience flying and I wasn't worried about anything as I was right beside him.. well, he put it into a tree. A preventable accident if he did the mental preflight check I've been teaching him.. anyway, it clipped a tree and fell about 6' onto its back.. there was no visible damage, but I changed out the props just to be sure that didn't have a weak point. I only got it the day before, so I don't have a decent comparison of how it was before the tree interface and after. But this is what's concerning me. 1. I rarely go farther than a few hundred meters away and rarely over 100m altitude, but at those distances I get the red "transmitter signal weak" warning flashing on and off on the screen. It doesn't stay on, it comes on every 5 seconds or so, but only for a second and then it's green again for another 5 seconds or so. If I ignore the warning and keep flying away it obeys my TX fine and I have yet to have a RTH triggered by the weak signal. I have never flown it farther than maybe 350 or 400m away and never more than 120m high, so by DJI'S standards I'm barely even scratching the surface of its real control radius. And I've never had a real loss of signal. Does anybody else have this happen to them? 2. Another annoyance rather than a problem (yet), seemingly at random intervals the apps voice comes on telling me I'm in "ATTI mode", but when I look at the screen I'm green and have plenty of satellites locked. Has yet to actually lose GPS on me. But it'll put a bit of a scare into me because I use it mostly for photography purposes and sometimes I'm flying in a decent breeze to get the appropriate wind effects on my subject. Such as a sailboat under way, or wind ripples in a farmers field.. and if I lost GPS it could be a bit hairy getting it back to me.. Does anybody else have this issue? 3. Is it possible that the tree interface has created these issues? I'd like to reiterate that the phantom is performing like a champ and is showing absolutely no sign of real technical issues. It's just unnerving that I keep getting warnings thrown at me. Thanks for reading my novel and extra thanks to anybody that has anything to add or suggest. Cheers. Wyatt.