Hello all, I've been grounded all winter so today I fired up my P3P with my new iPhone 6S to make sure all the components were still working. Everything went well until the landing. As I went to pull the sticks down and in to shut down the props, I must have not pulled one of the sticks correctly because the bird tipped over and drove two of the props into the ground. Luckily no damage was done (that I could see) and a subsequent flight was uneventful. After all the flying was done I was looking at the motors to make sure there was no damage or cracks when I noticed the motor was not sitting straight in its mount. I said to myself, "Hmmm. Did I dislodge the motor when it flipped?" Then I looked at the other motors and they were all tilted a little bit in their mounts. Further investigation showed that the motors with the black tipped props were tilted one way and the motors with the silver tipped props were tilted the other way. I finally reasoned that this must be intentional on the part of DJI and is probably designed to compensate for torque or something similar. I have never seen this mentioned on the forum and wonder if any of you have a plausible explanation? See accompanying pictures and you'll notice the motors are canted just a bit. Thanks, Kevin H.