This bears closer study... if indeed it is the cheapie little receiver in the Phantom that is causing these loss of control problems, then there should be a corresponding absence or reduction in the number of instances where this kind of thing occurs, if the receiver is removed from the equation. Does anyone have any detail on how the DJI stuff stacks up compared to others? If the solution is to migrate to a different RX and TX, sign me up! I think most of us would like to explore using alternate equipment, if for no other reason, to program a switch to initiate RTH without turning off the transmitter. And if it makes our Phantoms less likely to be hijacked by a stray signal, even better!